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April 2020

Wellbeing Benchmarks - how is your organisation doing?

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Wellbeing benchmarks – how is your organisation doing?
In partnership with
  • Department for Work and Pensions
  • What is it?

    When we measure things, it can be helpful to know how other people in the UK respond. Find out how your survey results compare to these benchmarks.

    See the evidence-informed ‘snapshot’ wellbeing survey questions we recommend using on our website. You can then use these benchmarks to help make sense of the results. 

    The data here is the most up-to-date available. But it doesn’t take into account the wellbeing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, so we advise caution when interpreting the results. 

    You can also access our online guidance about steps you can take to improve wellbeing in your organisation, along with international evidence on what works when it comes to a range of work-related issues, from training to team building to organisational resilience.

    If you would like tailored support to measure, analyse, and improve wellbeing within your organisation, please get in touch with Magdalena Soffia at magdalena.soffia@whatworkswellbeing.org.

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