Who is Working Well and what do they do?
Part of the Essex Wellbeing Service, Working Well provides Essex businesses (excluding Southend-On-Sea and Thurrock) with free workplace health and wellbeing support.
This support, commissioned by Essex County Council, consists of our main offer the Working Well Accreditation, alongside three other free options: Mental Health Aware Programme, Small Business HR Support and Mental Health First Aid England Training.
How can my organisation benefit from Working Well?
Taking care of your employees’ wellbeing is non-negotiable. It helps to improve morale, retention, productivity, reputation and the general health and happiness of your employees.
Organisations can benefit from Working Well by receiving the support, training and recognition they need to effectively support the wellbeing of their workforce, which is delivered via a choice of four programmes - completely free of charge.
Signing up for one or more of our Working Well programmes can provide you with the confidence that you’re doing enough to support the health and wellbeing of your workforce.
What Working Well Programmes are available?
More details about the Working Well programmes can be found via the dedicated Working Well website, but here’s a very brief overview…
Build, maintain and evidence a robust wellbeing strategy and programme for your employees.
Embed and increase mental health awareness in your workplace with training and support.
Small Business Workplace Wellbeing Awards
Gain free workplace wellbeing support and training to improve the wellbeing of your workforce.
Individuals receive free Mental Health First Aid England training (an internationally recognised course).
How do organisations sign-up or find out more?
All you need to do is visit the website! Here you’ll be able to find a detailed overview of each programme; register your interest in your chosen programme/s; as well as keep up to date with Working Well’s latest news, workshops, and advice.