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Template presentation to senior managers

Template: Presentation to senior managers

How to use this template

  • This template gives you a starting point to create a presentation to senior managers on workplace health and wellbeing. It includes slides and speaking notes. It can be changed as needed to suit your specific needs.

  • This template contains information on the benefits of workplace health and wellbeing programs, research outcomes, how to build a business case, and how to get started.

  • This template is designed for a 20-30 minute presentation to management, however you may wish to delete slides if you have less time available. To create a shorter version, it is recommended to remove slides 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 20 and 21.

  • If you need assistance in tailoring this presentation to your organisation, contact WorkCover’s Health and Wellbeing Advisors on 1300 776 572.


Support available for workplace health and wellbeing

Support available for workplace health and wellbeing

Workcover’s Health and Wellbeing Advisory Service

  • Purpose and structure for implementing a program

  • Ongoing support and practical advice

  • Presentations for staff and management

  • Resources and links to community organisations

    Healthy Workplace Resource Toolkit

  • Information and templates to assist your workplace health and wellbeing program

    Commonwealth-funded Healthy Workers Initiative

  • A preventive health partnership funded to 2018


1300 776 572

1300 776 572


Workplace health and wellbeing

Workplace health and wellbeing

  • What is it and what could it mean for your business?

  • Building the business case with return on investment

  • Linking health, safety and wellbeing

  • Implementing a workplace health and wellbeing program

  • Engaging your employees


Workplace health and wellbeing what is it

Workplace health and wellbeingWhat is it?

A workplace that addresses the health of staff:

  • by promoting healthy habits

  • by creating a healthy workplace environment.

    A healthy workplace can have significant benefits to both workers and business.

    A healthy workplace is good for business.


Workplace health and wellbeing what could it mean for your business

Workplace Health and WellbeingWhat could it mean for your business?

Short- to medium-term outcomes include:

  • positive staff morale

  • staff who feel valued = reduced turnover

  • greater staff recruitment

  • increased individual productivity

  • improved corporate image

    Longer-term outcomes include:

  • less staff absenteeism

  • reduction in workplace injuries

  • reduced workers compensation claims


Workplace health and wellbeing what could it mean for your employees

Workplace Health and WellbeingWhat could it mean for your employees?

  • Greater life/job satisfaction

  • Improved work/life balance

  • Better performance

  • Less illness

  • Fewer injuries


Linking health and wellbeing with organisational strategies

Linking health and wellbeing with organisational strategies


Workplace health and wellbeing what to expect

Workplace Health and WellbeingWhat to expect

Adapted from Grossmeier, J, Terry, P, Cipriotti, A & Burtaine, J 2010, ‘Best practices in evaluating worksite health promotion programs’, The Art of Health Promotion (American Journal of Health Promotion), Jan/Feb.


What the research has found

What the research has found

In 2005, a study1 comparing a healthy worker to an unhealthy worker found:

  • healthy workers to be 3x more productive (49 effective hours worked per month for an unhealthy worker compared to 143 hours for a healthy worker)

  • healthy workers had 9x less annual sick leave (2 days annual sick leave for a healthy worker compared to 18 days for an unhealthy worker).

    In 2008, research2 on the impact of workplace stress indicated:

  • workplace stress is responsible for a loss of 3.2 working days per employee per year

  • workplace stress-related presenteeism costs almost 2x the cost of workplace stress-related absenteeism

  • stress-related absenteeism and presenteeism costs Australian employers a total of $10.11 billion annually.

    In 2011, a report3 concluded that presenteeism:

  • causes an average of 6.5 days of productivity loss per employee per year

  • has an estimated annual cost of $34.1 billion to the Australian economy (2009-2010).

    1 Medibank Private 2005, The health of Australia’s workforce, Medibank Private, Australia.

    2 Medibank Private 2008, The cost of workplace stress in Australia, Medibank Private, Australia.

    3 Medibank Private 2011, Sick at work: The cost of presenteeism to your business and the economy, Medibank Private, Australia.


Building the business case

Building the business case

  • Increased health risks are associated with a loss of employee productivity1

  • 96% of ‘best practice’ Australian organisations implemented health and wellbeing initiatives during the last 12 months2

  • Organisations that don’t promote health and wellness are 4 x more likely to lose talent within 12 months2

    1 Musich, S, Hook, D, Baaner, S & Edington, D 2006 ‘The association of two productivity measures with health risks and medical conditions in an Australian employee population’, American Journal of Health Promotion, vol. 20, no. 5, p. 353.

    2 Health and Productivity Institute of Australia 2010, Best-Practice Guidelines: Workplace Health in Australia.


Template presentation to senior managers

Calculating your return on investment

  • Calculate the financial impact a successful workplace health and wellbeing program can have on:

    • absenteeism

    • staff turnover.

  • Use the ROI calculator

    • Visit www.workcover.tas.gov.au and look for the following logo


Roi calculator example

ROI calculator example

In the last 12 months, a company of 50 staff has experienced a unplanned sick leave rate of 8.5 days per employee and has recruited 3 replacement staff due to resignations. The average staff salary is $50000. The company runs a shift roster of 8-hour days and the average hourly wage is $25.

1 PriceWaterhouseCoopers 2008, Building the case for wellness, United Kingdom.


Roi calculator example1

ROI calculator example

In the last 12 months, a company of 50 staff has experienced a unplanned sick leave rate of 8.5 days per employee and has recruited 3 replacement staff due to resignations. The average staff salary is $50000. The company runs a shift roster of 8-hour days and the average hourly wage is $25.

1 Australian Human Resources Institute 2008, ‘Love ‘em don’t lose ‘em’ – identifying retention strategies that work, HR Pulse Research Report.

2 PriceWaterhouseCoopers 2008, Building the case for wellness, United Kingdom.


Value on investment

Value on investment

  • While we have focused on ROI, it is also important to focus on what other ‘value’ a health and wellbeing program can offer:

    • staff satisfaction

    • employee engagement

    • increased morale

    • being a valued member of a team.


Template presentation to senior managers

Linkinghealth, safety and wellbeing

‘You can’t be a safe worker if you’re not a healthy worker.’

-Professor Dame Carol BlackExpert Adviser on Work and Health, Department of Health, England


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Linkinghealth, safety and wellbeing

  • Culture

  • Values

  • Health knowledge

  • Climate

  • Peer support

  • Policy

  • Healthy catering

  • Work/life balance

  • Flexible work hours

  • Social and emotional wellbeing

  • Physical settings

  • Workplace facilities

  • (Showers, drinking water, kitchen, equipment, etc)

SAFE WORK ENVIRONMENT

Addressing the health and safety concerns of your employees

Adapted from Walton K 2012, [email protected] Professional Development, Department of Premier and Cabinet, Tasmania.


Implementing a workplace health and wellbeing program a key to success

Implementing a workplace health and wellbeing program: A key to success

Adapted from Public Sector Management Office 2009, Guidelines for implementing a workplace health and wellbeing program, Department of Premier and Cabinet, Tasmania.


Management and the implementation cycle

Management and the implementation cycle

Management endorsement of workplace health and wellbeing is absolutely critical for program development.

Management support contributes more to program success than the content itself 1

What can you do as a manager

to support the program?

1 O’Donnell, MP 2001, Health Promotion in the Workplace, 3rdedn, Delmar Cengage Learning.


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Employee engagement

‘Don’t get pre-occupied with naysayers: let your health culture soften the group. Shifting each individual’s position closer to wellness champion is the goal.’

- Dr Judd Allen

President, Human Resources Institute

Adapted from Allen, J 2008, Achieving a culture of health: The business case, Health Enhancement Systems, United States.


Healthy eating a practical example

Healthy physical settings

Food supply

Knowledge and skills

On-site kitchen facilities

Off-site and mobile settings

Breastfeeding friendly workplaces

Canteens and cafes

Vending machines

Catering

Fundraising

Informal food supply

Hydration

Nutrition education

Social marketing

Other workplace nutrition support

Your workplace checklist

Healthy eating: A practical example


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