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1 1 Responsible Business Awards 2014 Webinar Bupa Workwell Engagement and Wellbeing Award 11 December 2013

2 Overview of the category & sponsor welcome Workwell key contacts Overview of previous winners Awards cycle Application process, criteria How to prepare a good entry Assessment & short listing process Celebrating success How to get in touch What we’ll cover today

3 Bupa Workwell Engagement and Wellbeing Award Recognises organisations that are investing in the engagement and wellbeing of their employees Video message from our sponsor Bupa

4 Bupa Workwell Engagement and Wellbeing Award Team Stephanie Schreiber Engagement & Wellbeing Advisor Clare Casson Engagement & Wellbeing Advisor (maternity cover)

5 Wellbeing Programme and “ We recognise that the engagement journey isn’t something that happens on its own, and we know that wellbeing massively deepens the levels of people’s engagement, so it’s about joining those two things together. ” Sam Veasey, Head of Health and Employee Wellbeing 2014 Winner: Marks and Spencer Turnover rates improved Sickness absence fell Reduction in Occupational Health referrals Employee weight loss Increased staff engagement

6 Previous winners include: 2013 Marks & Spencer Wellbeing Programme and Northumbrian Water Wellbeing in Water 2011Cooper Parry Looking After No. One 2010 Northern Foods Fit4Life

7 The Awards Process Shortlisted entrants asked to present in London Save the date: Bupa Workwell Award Panel: Thursday, 8 May 2014

8 Bupa Workwell Award criteria The Engagement and Wellbeing category recognises businesses that demonstrate an integrated approach to measuring, improving and then publically reporting on their employees’ engagement and wellbeing. Our independent judges will be looking for evidence of a programme fully embedded throughout the organisation that can demonstrate positive results, and to this effect we recommend that the programme is more than one year old Large, medium and small businesses. All BITC members. Any non-member private sector business (including social enterprises) x voluntary or public sector organisations that are not BITC

9 The application form Section 1: Company and programme details. Section 2: What are you doing (20% of total score). Section 3: How are you doing it (20% of total score). Section 4: What have you achieved? (60% of total score). Additional Requirements - CEO sign off tick box plus a short quote but must be included for an application form to be accepted. See participant's workbook

10 What makes a good award entry Ability to demonstrate positive impact using qualitative and quantitative evidence. Impact on both society/environment and business. Measurable KPIs, identified target groups. Engagement with a variety of stakeholder, senior advocates. Emphasis will be put on evidence of longer-term impacts (at least over one year). Programmes under a year old may still apply, but it might make them less competitive against other entries. Please look at each category’s guideline doc for specific criteria.

11 Wherever possible use quantitative and qualitative evidence to back up, describe or explain the impacts that you are detailing in your application. Quantitative evidence – 89% of employees are more motivated to work for the company as a result of this programme. Qualitative evidence – X employee “I am more committed to the company because of the x programme and my involvement in it.” Images and Info-graphics – used to support the narrative not replace it. Quantifying your evidence See participant's workbook

12 More on …Inputs, Outputs and Impacts Business in the Community Inputs = what’s contributed what the business puts into the programme/initiative, e.g. cash; employee time; gifts and in-kind support; management costs. Outputs = what happens what the inputs resulted in e.g. numbers helped, activities held, awareness amongst customers, additional funding etc Impacts = what changes how has this made a difference to society (e.g. increase in pupils reading level) and to business (e.g. improved business performance); i.e. what the inputs & outputs have achieved.

13 Top entry tips – Don’t forget... CEO sign-off before uploading application Qualitative & quantitative evidence Distinguish: inputs, outputs & outcomes Cross-reference between sections Stick to word count: 2,700 Supporting images Final proof / check 21 February (Midnight) closing date

14 21 February Application deadline March 2014 – Assessment April Big Tick results and feedback 8 May Judging panel (save the date) June/July Results and celebrations Timeline: post-entry

15 Submitting your entry

16 The assessors hold a senior position in business and have an active knowledge of CR policies and practices. Trained by BITC before reading, assessing and scoring the applications. More than one assessor will asses each application, and a final score is decided upon in a group discussion. Feedback notes prepared for each application using the assessors’ comments. With all of the scores finalised, those applications reaching a certain score will be awarded a Big Tick. Big Ticks can be re-accredited for a further 2 years Award shortlists drawn from the top performing Big Tick organisations and sent through to the second stage of judging happening in May. Award winner - this is chosen from the Award Shortlists by a judging panel of business leaders, and celebrated at the National Responsible Business Gala Dinner in July. Assessment & shortlisting

17 Media announcement of the 2014 Big Ticks. Communication pack with Big Tick e-Planter. Award case study stories profiled on BITC website. Celebration at our Regional Gala dinners in June. High profile announcement of the overall national category winners at our National Gala Dinner in July attended by over 1,000 senior business leaders, VIPs and media. Opportunities throughout the year to profile your great story at BITC events. Celebrating your results

18 Shout out about your Big Tick or Win! On your products and services Via media On your website At events

19 Good luck with your award entry(ies)! For general Awards questions: Website: Timeline and process, FAQs, Conditions of entry Tel: For BupaWorkwell Engagement and Wellbeigng Award cqueries: Stephanie Schreiber: +44 (0) | +44 (0) Clare Casson: +44 (0) | +44 (0)


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