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Health and well-being

Health, work, well-being

The University has a strong commitment to employee health and wellbeing ( read the University's Employee health and well-being policy
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.  It is committed to creating a workplace that embraces flexibility and gives you the best opportunities to manage your time and commitments and to ensure that you are healthy and happy at work.

Colleagues from the HR team work closely with colleagues in Health and Safety services, in the Centre for Staff Training and Development, in Counselling and Well-being and in Occupational Health to develop appropriate and up-to-date guidance and support for managers and employees to promote and enhance employee health and well-being.

The Centre for Staff Training and Development run various courses to help promote employee health and wellbeing such as:

  • Time management
  • Supporting You: Dealing with change and uncertainty
  • Supporting You: Relaxation techniques
  • Supporting You: MBTI and working under pressure
  • Supporting You: Avoiding Burnout
  • Effective communication to manage conflict
  • Effective handling and resolving conflict

The University has excellent sporting and recreational facilities available to all staff at Sportspark  to help staff keep fit and healthy.

If you have concerns about your own health and well-being or the health and well-being of a colleague, please contact the HR Partner/Advisor for your Faculty or Directorate.

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