Founded in the UK, Wraw has over 10 years of knowledge, expertise and best practice jam-packed into its development.
Wraw is making its mark world-wide with leading organisations taking proactive steps to unlock healthy high performance in the workplace.
As many as 61% of employees have experienced mental health issues due to work or where work was a related factor. Business In The Community – Mental Health at Work 2018 report.
85% of managers acknowledge that employee wellbeing is their responsibility, but only 30% of managers report they have received any training. Business In The Community – Mental Health at Work 2018 report
The benefits of organisations investing in health and wellbeing include better employee morale and engagement (44%), a healthier and more inclusive culture (35%), and lower sickness absence (31%).
WRAW is a psychometric tool and survey for measuring workplace resilience and its impact on wellbeing.
We're offering 15% discount on bookings made in April (in addition, you'll receive 25% off client reports for 6 months following accreditation - conditions apply).
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The round-up of the latest occupational health research includes the impact of poor sleep and job stress. Employees reporting high numbers of job stressors, and who say they need longer to unwind and relax after work, are significantly more likely to experience insomnia symptoms, according to this study.
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