Wellbeing at Work Survey relaunch: Your insights on the future of the workplace
The Conveyancing Foundation has launched its highly successful industry-wide Wellbeing at Work Survey for the second year running – and you could win £500 just for taking part!
The Wellbeing at Work survey, initially launched in February 2023, is designed to understand and evaluate the stresses and strains and the mental health and wellbeing initiatives and structures that can enhance the lives of those working within the conveyancing and property industry.
The objective is to analyse this year’s results in comparison to the 2023 findings, with the comparisons helping to shape and develop forward-thinking guidelines, potentially revolutionising how the property sector addresses the promotion of wellbeing in the workplace.
How to get involved
The relaunched “Wellbeing at Work” survey is now available to complete and is open to anyone working within the property sector.
While the survey responses are kept entirely confidential, participants have the opportunity to enter a luxury prize draw where they stand a chance to win one of 3 prizes, with a combined valued of over £1000:
- £500 Cash – straight to your bank account!
- Luxury 1 Night Spa Break for 2 at a choice of locations
- Fortnum & Masons Hamper
The survey, crafted in collaboration with Morale Solutions, will be open for responses until Monday, 19th February. It’s designed to be a brief yet comprehensive experience, taking approximately 10 minutes to complete.
You can share your valuable insights by participating here.
Following the survey results, the Conveyancing Foundation will produce new wellbeing toolkits and supporting materials, which will be accessible on the BKWC Resource Hub, to provide ongoing support to those working in the property industry.
Elizabeth Rimmer, Conveyancing Foundation Ambassadress and CEO of LawCare, has endorsed the survey, saying:
“Participating in the survey is not just an opportunity to contribute to industry insights; it is a chance to actively shape the future of our workplace.
“The Conveyancing Foundation’s commitment extends beyond the survey, with a dedication to fostering an environment that prioritizes the wellbeing of professionals in our field.
“I encourage every individual in the conveyancing and property industry to take a few moments to share their experiences and perspectives through the Wellbeing at Work survey.
“Your input is invaluable, and together, we can drive positive change and create a workplace culture that truly cares for its people.”
Lloyd Davies, Chairman of the Conveyancing Foundation, added:
“We are delighted to commission the Wellbeing at Work survey for the second year running.
“This industry-wide initiative provides an immediate understanding the nuanced aspects of mental health and wellbeing within the conveyancing and property sector workplace.
“I would encourage everyone in the conveyancing and property industry to take a few minutes to share their thoughts and experiences.
“Your perspective matters and together we can help to create healthier and more supportive working environments.”
Become a Conveyancing Foundation Partner
The Conveyancing Foundation is actively encouraging like-minded organisations that share its values to become Conveyancing Foundation Partners. Through these partnerships, businesses can align with the Conveyancing Foundation’s mission and contribute to achieving their CSR targets.
Charity Partnerships provide an avenue for the Conveyancing Foundation to implement its new Charity Grant Scheme, offering grants of up to £2,000 to charities nominated by individuals within the property industry.
The Foundation sends thanks to its Charity Partners and Media Partners: tmgroup, Groundsure, The Society Of Licensed Conveyancers, LEAP, Morale Solutions, Today’s Media, Bold Legal Group, Property Reporter, Estate Agent Today, The Negotiator, Law Care, Property Conveyancing Consultancy, Orion Legal Marketing, PEXA and most recently Cashroom.
For information on how to become a Conveyancing Foundation Partner or for any enquiries, please contact [email protected].
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