Survey / Case Study

Mental Well-being Survey

Promoting Well-being: Addressing Worker Stress and Psychosocial Risks


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+ Click here to take the survey!
+ Survey closes 12th March 2015 (results available, May 2015)

Employee mental well-being, especially related to issues such as workplace stress and employee burnout, is a growing concern for employers worldwide as they seek to address employee well-being more broadly and holistically. Buck Consultants at Xerox invites you to participate in a special survey: Promoting Mental Well-being: Addressing Worker Stress and Psychosocial Risks. Running now through March 12, this short survey is designed to measure employer strategies and practices to promote and improve the mental or psychological well-being of their employees.

The survey is jointly sponsored by the Global Centre for Healthy Workplaces. Results will be released at the Global Healthy Workplace Awards and Summit in Florianopolis, Brazil on May 18-19, 2015.

We invite you to participate in this survey if you are responsible for wellness or health promotion strategy at your company, either globally or at a regional level. The survey is open to employers of every size, in all industries, and is focused on analysis of four key countries: Brazil, Singapore, United States and United Kingdom.

Participate in the Survey
+ There is no cost to participate. The survey should take approximately five minutes to complete.
+ To access the survey, Click here or visit http://bit.ly/mental-wellbeing-survey
+ Completed questionnaires are due by March 12.

Receive Survey Results
+ All participants will receive a complimentary copy of the survey results.

We look forward to welcoming you to this year's survey.

BUCK CONSULTANTS and the GLOBAL CENTRE FOR HEALTHY WORKPLACES

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