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Free Employee Wellbeing Checklist

In these very challenging times, looking after your employee’s mental health and supporting their wellbeing is as important as providing a safe place for them to work.

The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 imposes a general duty on employers to ensure the health, safety and welfare at work of all employees and given that a significant proportion of our lives is spent at work, looking after the wellbeing of employees is critical. It is therefore important that the needs of our workforce isn’t neglected.

You can support your employee’s welfare and mental wellbeing by having frequent conversations and contact. Therefore, we have designed for you an Employee Wellbeing Checklist to support the welfare conversation with your teams and note down any observations.

The QCS Employee Welfare Check Form is a tool to support managers to assess the impact the last few weeks and months have had on employees, it will help identify staff who may be struggling and enable a support framework to be set up.

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In these very challenging times, looking after your employee’s mental health and supporting their wellbeing is as important as providing a safe place for them to work.

The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 imposes a general duty on employers to ensure the health, safety and welfare at work of all employees and given that a significant proportion of our lives is spent at work, looking after the wellbeing of employees is critical. It is therefore important that the needs of our workforce isn’t neglected.

You can support your employee’s welfare and mental wellbeing by having frequent conversations and contact. Therefore, we have designed for you an Employee Wellbeing Checklist to support the welfare conversation with your teams and note down any observations.

The QCS Employee Welfare Check Form is a tool to support managers to assess the impact the last few weeks and months have had on employees, it will help identify staff who may be struggling and enable a support framework to be set up.

Meeting Regulation 17 of the Health and Social Care Act