How firms can best support employee health and wellbeing is a pressing issue and one that reflects an organisation’s culture.
The FSCB has been measuring resilience across the banking sector for five years, with the aim of understanding the relationship between working in financial services and wellbeing. We have looked at issues such as excessive pressure at work, negative impact of work on wellbeing and the role of line managers. We’re continuing to explore the dynamic picture of employee wellbeing and its role in organisational culture during times of change. Currently we are aiming to understand how wellbeing affected by the pandemic and possibilities offered by new ways of working.
This article was written by Sir Brendan Barber, Chair of the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (Acas) and Deputy Chair of the BSB. How do we assess the resilience of our workforce...Read more
On 25 June 2020, the BSB held a virtual discussion with Sir Brendan Barber, Chair of the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) and Deputy Chair of the BSB, and Susan Clews, CEO...Read more
On 28 May 2020, the BSB held a virtual discussion, led by Paul Litchfield, Chair of the What Works Centre for Wellbeing. This roundtable (the latest in our very popular series of...Read more
Helen Reeve Morris, Director of Policy, Research and Strategy Over recent years, there has been a growing public interest in employee wellbeing. Indeed, we’ve seen it shoot up the business and political...Read more
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