In today’s highly competitive and fast-paced business world, many organisations have come to realise the importance of prioritising the well-being of their employees. One essential tool for achieving this is conducting a well-being audit. This Audit will help companies create a thriving workplace environment while also providing an understanding of the budget required to allocate for employee wellbeing services.
WorkSpa Wellbeing Audit- What it is
The WorkSpa audit was developed to help our clients invest smartly in wellbeing; over the years, we have supported hundreds of corporations across the UK, and we wanted to ensure that our clients get the most effective service and their employees see tangible results in their wellbeing with our support. Our audit offers organisations a holistic and wholesome perspective of their employees and the company’s health. We do this by conducting an in-depth audit with our two-step process, allowing you to gain quantitative and qualitative insight into your employees’ needs concerning their workplace well-being.
We use three pillars – MindHealth, BodyHealth and Inclusive Initiatives – to guide our questioning process and understand employees’ mental health, stress levels, and comfort in discussing their well-being at work. We also assess if they have access to resources for maintaining physical health and whether they feel a sense of belonging within the organization.
We aim to create a safe and inclusive environment where employees feel comfortable being themselves. We analyse the information gathered from your questions and provide a detailed report. This report will help you make informed decisions about any proposals, plans, or policies – both existing and future. It will also provide a basis for determining how to best invest in supporting your employees moving forward.
With the insights of this audit, there is an opportunity to create a programme of support that will benefit the organisation in supporting, engaging and retaining its existing employees and engaging and attracting future talent into the business and role model best practices. To this end, WorkSpa will use the audit to provide tailored solutions from our MindHealth, BodyHealth and Inclusive Initiatives programmes that will be most effective for your employees. The main objective is to help businesses develop a working environment that provides psychological safety for employees and to educate and empower individuals to take ownership of their resilience and well-being.
WorkSpa Wellbeing Audit – How we work
Every organisation operates differently, and there is no one-size-fits-all solution. That’s why our audit is flexible and adaptable to organisations of any size.
If your company have already conducted staff surveys and wants to delve further into a specific wellbeing area, we can help you with small focus groups with targeted questioning. The goal is to capture the voices and experiences of employees, which will provide significant depth and narrative to complement the quantitative data. These groups will be confidential and provide a safe space where narratives are not attributed to individuals. The resulting data will be anonymised and themed, including composite quotes instead of verbatims. Through these focus groups, we will gather insights into the workplace well-being experiences, needs, and feelings of senior leaders and employees in the broader organisation. We aim to explore openly and understand how specific issues, behaviours, and barriers to workplace wellbeing may exist.
If your business is seeking a more thorough audit that uses both quantitative and qualitative methods, we can work with you to develop targeted questions. This will help us gain a better understanding of how to support your employees’ well-being in the workplace effectively. We can also analyze key performance indicators (KPIs), such as retention rates, absenteeism, and presenteeism, to determine their relative importance and significance to your business.
After conducting a WorkSpa Wellbeing audit, the company will receive a comprehensive report that includes practical suggestions and a wellness plan for the future. If you would like to learn more, please get in touch with us.