In the wake of Covid-19, employee wellbeing has risen in importance. To support their employees’ health and wellbeing, organisations need to build work environments where employees can feel safe, engaged, inspired and productive.

By sharing good practice we can highlight areas where great strides are being made in health and wellbeing approaches and how health and wellbeing risks have been mitigated so that other organisations can benefit from the learning and overcome challenges. 

This library of case studies will grow over time and aims to capture good practice from across the rail industry. 

Together we can shape the rail environment to meet the wellbeing needs of employees and support all rail employees to thrive.