Wellbeing and the importance of workplace culture

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An organisation’s culture is an integral part of wellbeing so if the culture’s not right, it will ultimately undermine the performance of any wellbeing initiatives.

This report reveals:

  • Why workplace culture is a key driver of wellbeing
  • The differences between best-in-class and average organisations in key workplace categories
  • Four key drivers of wellbeing

What you'll learn

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Every organisation has the potential to be a great business and a great employer and our commitment is to help them achieve that.

Great Place to Work® is part of the world’s largest employee research consultancy. We help organisations improve business performance by understanding and improving their workplace culture. Culture is ultimately an organisation’s strongest competitive advantage as it drives engagement which drives business performance. We assess workplace culture in two ways: (i) by measuring how employees experience it and (ii) evaluating the organisation’s leadership and HR practices that create it. Together, this provides a unique detailed and comparative analysis of an organisation’s workplace and identifies the real issues it needs to address.

It is this unique process which drives the Best Workplace awards, the world’s most respected and credible employer awards. Highly sought after for their impact on employer branding, they tell the world ‘we’re a great employer, brand and business

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