All organisations are taking precautions to tackle the COVID-19 (coronavirus), with many of us now working remotely in order to reduce risk to businesses and individuals across the UK. Confronted by the current crisis, employee well-being and mental health has never been of greater importance to employers and employees. But what do you, and your teams really value?
Right now, Berwick Partners is carrying out a survey to quantify how today’s workforce values well-being; the provision and effects on mental health and career choices.
When working remotely, it's important to take care of your mind as well as your body. You may feel bored, frustrated or lonely. You may also be down, worried, or anxious about your finances, your health or those close to you. What initiatives to help are being provided by your employer, both before and during the crisis? Which ones bring you the most value?
We are partnering with DLA Piper’s employment law team and the workplace mental health consultants InsideOut to investigate ‘the role of corporate well-being and mental health provision in employee retention’.
Our survey examines:
- The well-being initiatives people value.
- Is there a link between well-being provision and mental health?
- Do people place more importance on well-being provision at different stages of their career.
We need to hear from you before March 31st.
All responses are anonymous unless you choose to share your story. The full report will be published online at www.berwickpartners.co.uk and all participants will receive a preview copy. There will also be a launch event to coincide with WHO’s World Mental Health day in October to discuss the findings.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest in attending.
All data will be kept safe and confidential and will not be used for any other purpose than talking to you about this survey.