The diversity of your workforce, where to focus your health and wellbeing intervention and what form that should take can all be informed through data. Furthermore, it also enables you to measure whether interventions are having the desired impact and therefore, if it’s worth expanding, adapting or stopping implementation. Data used in the right way will help your organisation understand the specific health and wellbeing needs of individuals and groups of staff, helping your organisation focus on preventative measures rather than reactive interventions.
- Combination of survey methods are used
- Data analysis is supported by experienced or training members of staff
- The Model Health System
- NHS staff wellbeing: Why investing in organisational and management practices makes business sense
- Measurement and return on investment capture – Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
- Sickness and absence reporting – Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust