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A Health & Well-being Strategy

For an Effective Workforce

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Language:  English
The book shows how to make a business case for developing a health and wellbeing strategy, who to involve and ways to implement.
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Every day we are bombarded with information about health and fitness. Is there a proper place for employers to become involved? We believe that there is. An employee health and well-being strategy not only enhances the lives of individuals but makes good business sense.

The book shows how to make a business case for developing a health and wellbeing strategy, who to involve and ways to implement. It does not need to be complicated or expensive. Every organisation can make people feel better about themselves and about work. Use our practical guide to deliver changes that can make a big difference to the working environment, to the culture of an organisation and to people’s lives.

  1. Getting Started
  2. Management, Policy and Procedure
  3. Managing Sickness & Absence
  4. Healthy Workplaces
  5. Healthy Employees
  6. Making the Strategy a Success
  • References and Further Help
  • About the Author
About the Author

Jill Seymour & Bernard Nawrat

We both have extensive experience of working in human resources within the public sector. In the summer of 2015 we took early retirement. Between us we had worked over sixty years’ in local government across the gamut of HR activity; strategic planning, industrial relations, contract management, payroll, training, policy and casework to name a few. Time to make a change! Since then we have pursued a new adventure setting up Nawrat Seymour HR Service Ltd and undertaking consultancy work. Whilst organisations differ in culture and structures there are common issues that are faced. A happy and productive workforce are desirable goals. Are these achievable? Certainly, they are! But success needs to be planned and worked upon.