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Workplace health: management practices [NG13]

Measuring the use of this guidance

Recommendation: 1.1.1

Make health and wellbeing a core priority for the top management of the organisation. Value the strategic importance and benefits of a healthy workplace. Employers should encourage a consistent, positive approach to all employees' health and wellbeing.

What was measured: Proportion of staff that strongly agreed or agreed with the statement that 'My organisation takes positive action on health and well-being'.
Data collection end: December 2015
89%
Data collection end: December 2016
90%
Area covered: England
Source: Picker Institute Europe NHS Staff Survey

What was measured: Proportion of staff that strongly agreed or agreed with the statement that 'My organisation takes positive action on health and well-being'.
Data collection end: December 2017
90%
Area covered: England
Source: Picker Institute. NHS staff survey.

What was measured: Proportion of staff that strongly agreed or agreed with the statement that 'My organisation takes positive action on health and well-being'.
Data collection end: January 2018
29%
Area covered: England
Source: Picker Institute. NHS staff survey.


Recommendation: 1.5.3

Value and acknowledge employees' contribution across the organisation. If practical, act on their input and explain why this action was taken. If employees' contributions are not acted on, then clearly explain the decision.

What was measured: Proportion of staff that answered satisfied or very satisfied to the question "How satisfied are you with each of the following aspects of your job? f) The extent to which my organisation values my work".
Data collection end: December 2015
42%
Area covered: England
Source: Picker Institute Europe NHS Staff Survey

What was measured: Proportion of staff that answered satisfied or very satisfied to the question "How satisfied are you with each of the following aspects of your job? f) The extent to which my organisation values my work".
Data collection end: December 2016
43%
Area covered: England
Source: Picker Institute Europe NHS Staff Survey

What was measured: Proportion of staff that answered satisfied or very satisfied to the question "How satisfied are you with each of the following aspects of your job? f) The extent to which my organisation values my work".
Data collection end: December 2017
43%
Area covered: England
Source: Picker Institute. NHS staff survey.

What was measured: Proportion of staff that answered satisfied or very satisfied to the question "How satisfied are you with each of the following aspects of your job? f) The extent to which my organisation values my work".
Data collection end: January 2018
46%
Area covered: England
Source: Picker Institute. NHS staff survey.


Recommendation: 1.8.1

Adopt a positive leadership style that includes: encouraging creativity, new ideas and exploring new ways of doing things and opportunities to learn offering help and encouragement to each employee to build a supportive relationship; acting as a mentor or coach; being open and approachable to ensure that employees feel free to share ideas; recognising the contribution of each employee having a clear vision which can be explained and made relevant to employees at all levels; ensuring employees share the same motivation to fulfil their goals becoming role models who are trusted and respected by employees providing a sense of meaning and challenge, and building a spirit of teamwork and commitment.

What was measured: Proportion of staff that answered satisfied or very satisfied to the question "How satisfied are you with each of the following aspects of your job? b) The support I get from my immediate manager".
Data collection end: December 2015
67%
Data collection end: December 2016
68%
Area covered: England
Source: Picker Institute Europe NHS Staff Survey

What was measured: Proportion of staff that answered satisfied or very satisfied to the question "How satisfied are you with each of the following aspects of your job? a) The recognition I get for good work".
Data collection end: December 2015
52%
Area covered: England
Source: Picker Institute Europe NHS Staff Survey

What was measured: Proportion of staff that strongly agreed or agreed with the statement " I am able to make suggestions to improve the work of my team / department".
Data collection end: December 2015
74%
Data collection end: December 2016
76%
Area covered: England
Source: Picker Institute Europe NHS Staff Survey

What was measured: Proportion of staff that answered satisfied or very satisfied to the question "How satisfied are you with each of the following aspects of your job? a) The recognition I get for good work".
Data collection end: December 2016
52%
Area covered: England
Source: Picker Institute Europe NHS Staff Survey

What was measured: Proportion of staff that answered satisfied or very satisfied to the question "How satisfied are you with each of the following aspects of your job? b) The support I get from my immediate manager".
Data collection end: December 2017
69%
Area covered: England
Source: Picker Institute. NHS staff survey.

What was measured: Proportion of staff that answered satisfied or very satisfied to the question "How satisfied are you with each of the following aspects of your job? a) The recognition I get for good work".
Data collection end: December 2017
52%
Area covered: England
Source: Picker Institute. NHS staff survey.

What was measured: Proportion of staff that strongly agreed or agreed with the statement " I am able to make suggestions to improve the work of my team / department".
Data collection end: December 2017
74%
Area covered: England
Source: Picker Institute. NHS staff survey.

What was measured: Proportion of staff that answered satisfied or very satisfied to the question 'How satisfied are you with each of the following aspects of your job? b) The support I get from my immediate manager'.
Data collection end: January 2018
70%
Area covered: England
Source: Picker Institute. NHS staff survey.

What was measured: Proportion of staff that answered satisfied or very satisfied to the question 'How satisfied are you with each of the following aspects of your job? a) The recognition I get for good work'.
Data collection end: January 2018
56%
Area covered: England
Source: Picker Institute. NHS staff survey.

What was measured: Proportion of staff that strongly agreed or agreed with the statement " I am able to make suggestions to improve the work of my team / department".
Data collection end: January 2018
74%
Area covered: England
Source: Picker Institute. NHS staff survey.



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