We’re proud to announce the launch of our new global wellbeing framework at Keller: ‘Our wellbeing foundations’.
In an ever-changing world, it has never been more important to support employee mental health and wellbeing. Prioritising wellbeing not only enhances our employees’ health and happiness, it makes good business sense, improving resilience, productivity and performance.
“With our strong track record on health and safety, we have a good basis on which to further enhance the wellbeing of our people, and I know the leadership team and Board are fully behind this,” says John Raine, Group HSEQ Director. “We’ve engaged with our workforce to understand what’s important and this has highlighted some areas of focus. It’s also been hugely encouraging to hear about all the wellbeing activity already underway across our business units globally.”
Our new global framework will help us build on these strong foundations and increase our focus on all aspects of our people’s wellbeing; ensuring our people are healthy and fulfilled – at work and at home, now and in the future.
Keller’s approach to wellbeing includes:
- Our leadership commitments and enablers. These show how we seek to remove barriers and help our employees to feel their best at work and home.
- Our five foundations for wellbeing (body, mind, community, growth and financial security). These provide a framework for us to develop supporting training, guidance, tools and resources against and ensure we cover all the different contributors.
- Our wellbeing maturity model. We use this to understand what excellence looks like for Keller, and our progress towards it.
Graeme Cook, Group People Director, adds: "Success for Keller can come in many forms but there is nothing more important than knowing that our people are safe and well. This care for one another is the core of our culture and defines who we are. With the world changing rapidly around us, our commitment and structured approach to the wellbeing of our people will ensure that we thrive as individuals and as an organisation.”