027 204 6885 tania@tjc.nz

Workplace Wellbeing Policies

workplace wellbeing policy can help your employees perform better and be healthier and safer in their work. It can be a critical tool for creating a healthy and productive work environment. A wellbeing policy demonstrates your organisation’s commitment to the health and wellbeing of its employees and can help foster a positive culture that supports employee engagement, productivity, and satisfaction. Learn how to create a successful workplace wellbeing policy with TJC. Talk to our consultants today!

What is a Workplace Wellbeing Policy?

A workplace wellbeing policy is a formal document that outlines an organisation’s commitment to creating a work environment that supports its employees’ physical, mental, and emotional health. The policy sets out the organisation’s expectations for employee wellbeing and provides a framework for addressing and promoting wellbeing in the workplace.

The policy defines workplace wellbeing and why it is important to your organisation. At TJC, we will help you identify the roles and responsibilities of employees, managers, and the organisation in promoting workplace wellbeing. A successful workplace wellbeing policy will outline the support and resources available to employees to help them maintain their wellbeing, such as mental health resources, employee assistance programs, and health and wellness programmes.

It should also outline how your organisation will measure and evaluate the effectiveness of its wellbeing initiatives and how it will gather feedback from employees about their experiences.

Create a Workplace Wellbeing Policy with TJC Today

Here at TJC, we are focused on workplace wellbeing and preventative healthcare. We are passionate about educating and empowering others to create healthier, safer workplaces. Our experienced consultants can help you develop a workplace wellbeing policy that works for everyone, from management to general employees. Get in touch with us today to learn more about how we can help your workforce be its best.

Tania Jarvis

Ph: 027 204 6885

E: tania@tjc.nz