Simple Changes #23

Review your policies to ensure you’re optimising opportunities to improve your employees’ health and wellbeing



Work forms a large part of most of our lives. Many of us see our employees more than we see our own family, whilst for others for whom home-based working is the norm, the lack of daily interaction with colleagues could lead to isolation. Either way, work can have a huge influence on our health and well-being.


Simple Change

By reviewing your policies regularly and asking for employee feedback, you can ensure you are improving your staff health and well-being.

Case Study

Who is doing this?

Employees' health and well–being

Having an employer who really values your health and well-being both inside and out of work can make a massive difference. When Admiral was started, the aim of the company was to provide at healthy workplace and a great work life balance, for all the staff.

Well-being goals you’ve contributed to

A Healthier Wales

A Healthier Wales,

You have earned...

A Healthier Wales

A society in which people’s physical and mental well-being is maximised and in which choices and behaviours that benefit future health are understood

A More Equal Wales

A More Equal Wales,

You have earned...

A More Equal Wales

A society that enables people to fulfil their potential no matter what their background or circumstances (including their socio economic circumstances)