Employee Wellbeing - Measure

Data is key to understanding your company’s wellbeing risks and objectives

Most employers know that employee expectations have fundamentally changed since the pandemic, and that today’s workforce increasingly expect their employer to support them in maintaining their physical and emotional health. For many employers this is unfamiliar territory, made even harder to navigate by the hybrid or home working nature of many workforces today.

Employers often embark on employee wellbeing programmes out of a well-meaning desire to be seen to do something positive, but without a clear understanding of what they are trying to achieve or why, and how they will measure success.

That’s why at Broadstone we believe the critical first stage of any wellbeing programme is the measurement of the company’s current health risk profile.


By drawing on data points such as health or protection claims data, sickness absence data and working with employers to gain additional insight through employee engagement surveys, employee health risk assessments or health screening programmes we build a baseline.

Once a base line is established and the wellbeing hotspots identified, wellbeing programmes can be designed that are tailored and relevant to the needs of the workforce. With clear KPI’s against which the programme can be measured, reviewed, and adjusted as required for maximum impact.

Our consultants work in partnership with your HR and Reward teams to help measure your workforce wellbeing risks, and define the objectives of your company’s wellbeing strategy.

To find out more on the positive impact a well designed, implemented, and clearly communicated employee wellbeing strategy can have, read more about our wellbeing consulting model below:

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