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  • Five key drivers of workplace wellbeing

    The five key drivers of workplace wellbeing brings together the drivers of wellbeing as they apply in the workplace based on evidence and practice.  

    The evidence-informed model can help organisations understand which factors may be contributing to higher or lower staff wellbeing at work. 

    In order of importance, the five drivers are: 

    • Health and Relationships (both drivers ranked most important)
    • Security and Environment (both drivers ranked of next importance)
    • Purpose

    The five key drivers model can help to identify the areas senior leaders can target resources in order to have the greatest likely impact on improving staff wellbeing. 

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