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Workplace Wellbeing Programme Evaluation

One of the signs of a top-notch employer will be a workplace wellness program.

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Workplace wellbeing programme evaluation is a vital component of your health and wellbeing programme and enables your organisation to measure the benefits of the programme. A variety of strategies may be used for programme evaluation and evaluation may be broad or focus on specific data. Programme evaluation may be based on an initial worker survey and workplace assessment, satisfaction surveys and ongoing programme evaluations. You may also choose to evaluate your programme against benchmarks for productivity, sick leave or worker turnover.

Source: Environment and Workplace Protection Division, Access Canberra.

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Programme evaluation

Determine if the programme has been implemented as planned.

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Identify opportunities for improvement in the programme.

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Assess if the programme is attracting the volume of participants that it intended.

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Document changes in health and wellbeing attitudes.

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Assess the perceived value of the programme.

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Assess overall worker and management satisfaction.

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Identify the health outcomes of the programme against measurable criteria.

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Determine the cost benefit of the programme.

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Determine if the programme has met its quality assurance criteria.

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Establish whether an ongoing commitment to the programme is justified.

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Programme Management Checklist

• Do we have an individual or a group, to undertake programme management and coordination?
• Has the design of our programme taken into account the availability of sufficient resources?
• Do we have an individual to provide the leadership and coordination of strategies?
• Is there a record-keeping system of prior and/or proposed health and wellbeing initiatives?
• Are workers regularly consulted and provided with feedback on prior and/or proposed initiatives?
• Do we know if our programme is making a difference?
• Do we know what needs to be changed with our programme?
• Is there a risk management plan in place, including emergency response procedures?

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