November 10th, 2023
As a result of the People and Culture Survey 2023 and to inform our wellbeing strategy for staff, we are undertaking a Workplace Stress and Wellbeing Audit.
The university has pledged to gather regular feedback to keep communication channels open and respond to valuable insights to enhance the workplace experience for all staff.
Many teams across the university are currently working on action plans in response to their People and Culture Survey 2023 results.
As a reminder the People and Culture 2023 Survey SharePoint site provides access to Action Planning tools and how you can ask for support with your plans to turn your insights into actions.
The Workplace Stress and Wellbeing Audit is closely connected to action planning and will provide an in-depth picture of the impact of work on mental health and wellbeing.
The audit, which has been developed in close collaboration with our trade unions, will also support with the university’s responsibilities under our Management of Work-Related Stress policy.
It will take place over the course of 18 months, with different faculties and schools taking part over three separate phases.
People Insight, who delivered our People and Culture survey, will launch the confidential audit on Tuesday 14 November with colleagues in the first phase receiving an email inviting them to take part.
You can find out more about the audit via our Workplace Stress and Wellbeing Audit SharePoint site
Although not compulsory, your participation is invaluable, as we aim to create a healthier, more supportive, and happier work atmosphere for everyone.
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