The Workplace Wellbeing Toolkit aims to be a helpful and practical guide when putting a wellbeing programme together. No matter what stage you and your organisation are at with your wellbeing policy or plan, there will be something useful you can take away.
If you are new to wellbeing, this can be used as a ‘how to’ guide; if you already have established practices then this toolkit will help you to improve and evaluate your organisation’s programmes to make them as successful as possible. We really hope to see the Workplace Wellbeing culture embedded within the Island’s organisations, to make for a more productive and prosperous Isle of Man.
The toolkit below is based on an Australian document, ‘Healthy Workplace Guide: 10 steps to implementing a workplace health programme’, which was put together by the Heart Foundation, Cancer Council NSW and PANORG University of Sydney. It was used to help aid some of our own Workplace Wellbeing Group, a collaboration of Isle of Man Government and Chamber of Commerce representatives, when developing this initiative.
You can download the Workplace Wellbeing Toolkit by clicking on the Heart image above.
In addition to the toolkit, we have provided a list of useful resources and further links that could be of use while developing your own workplace initiatives. We are always delighted to hear from you and if you wish to share any other resources that have worked for your organisation, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are happy for you to now use the Workplace Wellbeing logos as part of your future delivery or communications within your organisations. Follow the following links to open or save these ‘jpg’ files to your desktops.
A variety of relevant resources are available from the following Isle of Man Government web pages:
In addition, resources can be found in the following below:
- National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Workplace Health: management practices
- NICE Guidance - Healthy workplaces: improving employee mental and physical health and wellbeing