Insights on future workplace: 'Wellbeing at Work Survey' relaunched by Conveyancing Foundation
By Law News
Conveyancing Foundation's survey returns, offering £500 and insights to shape property industry wellbeing strategies
The Conveyancing Foundation has announced the relaunch of its widely successful 'Wellbeing at Work Survey,' inviting participants from the conveyancing and property industry to share their experiences and perspectives. This survey, initially introduced in February 2023, aims to delve into the various stresses and mental health challenges faced within the industry. Moreover, it seeks to evaluate the effectiveness of existing wellbeing initiatives and structures.
The objective behind this relaunch is to compare the findings from the previous year with the current responses. These comparisons are expected to play a pivotal role in crafting progressive guidelines, potentially revolutionizing the approach towards promoting wellbeing in the workplace within the property sector.
Open to all professionals in the property domain, the survey promises complete confidentiality to its participants while providing an opportunity to enter a luxury prize draw offering rewards worth over £1000. The prizes include a £500 cash prize, a luxurious one-night spa break for two at multiple locations, and a Fortnum & Masons Hamper.
Crafted in collaboration with Morale Solutions, the survey will remain open for responses until Monday, 19th February, requiring around 10 minutes to complete. The insights garnered will assist the Conveyancing Foundation in developing new wellbeing toolkits and supporting materials. These resources will be available on the BKWC Resource Hub, extending continuous support to industry professionals.
Elizabeth Rimmer, Conveyancing Foundation Ambassadress and CEO of LawCare, has encouraged participation in the survey, highlighting its potential to shape the industry's future workplace environment by prioritizing wellbeing.
Lloyd Davies, Chairman of the Conveyancing Foundation, expressed delight in the survey's return, emphasizing its role in comprehending the nuances of mental health and wellbeing within the conveyancing and property sector.
The Conveyancing Foundation further invites likeminded organizations to become partners, fostering alignment with their mission and contributing to CSR targets. Through partnerships, the Foundation aims to implement a Charity Grant Scheme, offering grants of up to £2,000 to charities nominated by individuals in the property industry. The Foundation acknowledges its gratitude to its Charity Partners and Media Partners for their continuous support and collaboration.