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WMCA_Thrive_at_Work.pdf

 WMCA_Thrive_at_Work.pdf

Iain Mansell

April 11, 2019
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  1. Workplace Wellbeing
    Programme
    Sharon Lindop
    Thrive at Work
    Wellbeing Commitment

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  2. Thrive into Work has achieved:
    • 2487 referrals onto the trial
    • 1374 participants proceed
    through randomisation
    • 125 participants start work
    • 150 Job starts
    Thrive at Work has achieved:
    • 152 SMEs recruited onto the pilot
    trial
    • 260 businesses in total involved in
    the Awards & Accreditation
    Programme
    • 103,000 employees with access to
    the Thrive at Work Wellbeing
    Commitment
    Every Mind Matters digital
    tool received 150,000 views
    26,000 Mental Health
    First Aiders trained
    GoodGym
    Launching March 2019:
    • 150 runners
    • Over 100 good deeds
    Completed by April 2020
    Housing First has placed
    46 homeless people into
    homes
    This is me WM has registered
    20 companies taking the
    national total to over 600,
    reaching 1 million employees
    Welcome to Thrive…

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  3. Why is it important

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  4. Thrive
    Evidence suggests that organisations can see a financial benefit from
    investing in employee health and wellbeing through reduced sickness
    absence, staff turnover, and improved productivity and job satisfaction

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  5. Thrive At Work: What We Offer
    1. A workplace wellbeing commitment award
    2. A structured framework approach
    3. Self-assessment checklist to benchmark where you are
    4. Online toolkit resources and guidance
    5. Online personalised dashboard to track progress
    6. Accreditation award recognition
    7. Network meetings for peer-to-peer learning and
    sharing best practice

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  6. Commitment Themes

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  7. Accreditation Levels
    There are three levels an organisation can achieve
    Bronze Level
    The Bronze level focuses on
    providing appropriate
    information to enable employees
    to make healthier choices on a
    variety of topics.
    Activities have minimal costs but
    will require commitment to
    implementing effective policies,
    procedures, good line manager
    training and board level
    engagement.
    This is an excellent level for a
    smaller SME sized organisation to
    achieve.
    Silver Level
    The silver level focus on
    understanding employees health
    needs and taking direct action to
    prevent ill-health.
    At this level more direct actions
    and training is required to meet
    the needs to prevent ill health.
    This is an excellent level for a
    larger SME and large business to
    achieve.
    Gold Level
    The Gold level focuses on
    businesses becoming experts in
    understanding employee health
    needs.
    Developing strategies to
    actively improve employee
    health and wellbeing in a
    monitored way.
    Large businesses should strive
    to achieve this level.

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  8. The process
    • The organisation registers their interest to the Commitment and
    identifies a health champion to lead.
    • Agree their approach and carry out the self assessment against the
    themes framework.
    • Draw up an action plan and time scales.
    • On line tool kit with national and local resources to help meet the
    required criteria

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  9. Example assessment questions

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  10. What you need to do

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  11. Example Tool Kit Resources
    The on-line tool kit
    resources includes
    national and local
    resources which help
    organisations to meet
    the criteria.

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  12. Accreditation of the Award
    The accreditation involves three stages:
    • A review of evidence
    • Interviewing members of staff
    • Tour of the site
    • Once an organisation has been successfully assessed, the Thrive
    Award is presented along with the logo. The organisation is placed on
    the register of Thrive Award Holders and their case study will be
    marketed through the webpages.

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  13. Accreditation of the Award
    .
    The supporting evidence
    documents are uploaded
    through the on-line
    dashboard.
    This is reviewed by the
    Assessor and will either
    be approved or rejected
    if further details are
    required. Once the
    criteria is fulfilled it will
    be marked as completed.

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  14. The West Midlands picture’ and growing….&
    programme
    by borough
    Borough No. of Businesses Employees
    Birmingham 76 52538
    Coventry 25 13490
    Dudley 22 7857
    Sandwell 9 2360
    Solihull 21 1405
    Walsall 8 520
    Wolverhampton 6 212
    Sub – Total 166 77937
    Herefordshire 2 35
    Lichfield 1 10
    Nuneaton & Bedworth 5 729
    Redditch 3 355
    Rugby 1 10
    Shropshire 2 612
    Stratford 5 58
    Tamworth 1 45
    Telford & The Wrekin 2 118
    Warwick DC 3 762
    Warwickshire 13 5904
    Beyond WMCA footprint 6 9699
    Total 214 96719

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  15. Sign up
    today
    www.wmca.org.uk/thriveatwork
    0121 214 7861
    Sign up now for the Thrive at Work Workplace
    Wellbeing Awards
    Free toolkit, accreditation &
    awards
    Contact Sharon Lindop
    [email protected]
    07557208863

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