85% of UK employees feel there’s a link between workplace culture and their wellbeing

Our recent survey found that workers feel a clear connection between workplace culture, their productivity and wellbeing. Results showed that 86% of employees said they were more productive at work if there was a good culture and, more worryingly, 64% would leave their job if the culture didn’t fit.

With the bottom line being hit harder than ever, how can SMEs support their people and create a wellbeing culture that’s impactful but time and cost-effective? Join our free webinar for advice from our expert panel on how SMEs can effectively support employee wellbeing.

The Big Opportunity
How small businesses can attract, retain and engage top talent using wellbeing

In September 2022, we asked over 2,000 UK employees about their perceptions of small and large businesses in terms of wellbeing, workplace benefits and culture.

While the majority (76%) of workers are generally satisfied with their current position, almost half (46%) are either actively or considering looking for their next role.

In this short report, we explore how small and medium-sized enterprises (businesses with 50–249 employees) can use wellbeing to capitalise on this big opportunity.

Webinar - Small business, big wellbeing: How SMEs can prioritise employee wellbeing and create a positive culture.

Watch our webinar and hear from our expert panel as they provide tips and advice for SMEs on how to prioritise employee wellbeing and create a positive culture.

What you'll learn:

  • Insights from the Director General of the BCC on the challenges that SMEs are currently facing.
  • Why employee wellbeing is so important in smaller organisations.
  • Tips and low-cost wellbeing ideas for organisations to adopt.
  • How to measure the impact of employee wellbeing initiatives.

Our expert panellists:

  • Shevaun Haviland, Director General, British Chambers of Commerce
  • Vicky Walker, Group Director of People, Westfield Health
  • Alex Lucas, Senior Research Analyst, ukactive (Research Institute)

Hosted by:

  • Ellie Calton, HR Advisor, Westfield Health