What’s the timeline and key dates?
- Sign up today
- Day 1 – Send your employees a link to the survey. It’ll take them around 20-minutes
- Day 21 – Survey closes to your employees
- Within 3 weeks – Book a consultation with our health and wellbeing experts and get your survey results
- 31 October 2023 – Britain’s Healthiest Workplace entries close
- January 2024 – Get your organisation’s accreditation status and find out the Britain's Healthiest Workplace 2023 winners.
What does the survey measure?
You can add extra modules to the survey, too:
+ Financial wellbeing
+ Women’s and men’s health.
How are the survey questions chosen?
How do we track your progress?
Based on survey answers from your employees, we'll give your organisation an accreditation status. This will be Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum. We'll also give you a benchmark against similar employers in the same industry.
Your status is a simple way to understand your employee's health and wellbeing and is a good tool for tracking progress. You can get an updated status every year.
The accreditation scoring system also helps determine the winners of Britain's Healthiest Workplace.
Get personalised insights
All organisations who participate, and receive at least 20 employee submissions, will be invited to a free feedback session to discuss their results. Prior to the session, they'll receive a link to a unique webpage which houses a video highlighting their data and a downloadable report.
Britain’s Healthiest Workplace board members:
- Professor Dame Carol Black DBE, FRCP BSD – Britain’s Healthiest Workplace chair and Chair of NHSE/I Health and Well-being Advisory Group on employee health
- Professor Dame Jenny Harries DBE – Chief Executive, UK Health Security Agency
- Professor Jeffery Pfeffer – Professor, Stanford University
- Professor Sara Singer – Professor, Stanford University
- Chris van Stolk – Executive Vice President, RAND Europe
- Dr Steve Boorman CBE – Director of Employee Health, Empactis
- Stephen Bevan – Head, HR Research Development Institute for Employment Studies
- Andrew Jack – Global Education Editor, Financial Times
- Professor Sir Cary Cooper CBE – 50th Anniversary Professor of Organizational Psychology & Health, ALLIANCE Manchester Business School, University of Manchester
- Professor Brendan Burchell – Director of Graduate Education, Department of sociology at University of Cambridge
- Professor Andrew Curran – Chief Scientific Advisor and Director of Research at Health and Safety Executive
- Shaun Subel – Director, Vitality Research Institute.