Global Alliance for Healthy Workplaces
The Global Alliance for Healthy Workplaces was launched at the 4th Global Healthy Workplace Awards & Summit in Washington DC. Its Roundtables’ bring together organizations such as the World Health Organisation, the OECD, World Bank, ILO, FIESC:SESI, Health Promotion Board (Singapore), ENWHP, American University and corporate members (including Unilever, Optum, Chevron, Lendlease, Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona) to explore common ground and promote a joint global platform aimed at giving workplace health a stronger voice.
These invitation-only events commenced with a consultation roundtable to craft a global strategic plan for the creation of healthy workplaces and promotion of worker health in Washington DC at the World Bank. In 2020 the global alliance hosted a Coronavirus COVID-19 Workplace Health Webinar Series.
The next Global Alliance for Healthy Workplaces Roundtable takes place on 16th November 2021.
Corporate Membership – is for employers who excel in promoting wellbeing and sharing best practice. Membership is a two year commitment (renewable) and includes a package of benefits including participation in Roundtable gatherings, access to research information and consultation on future initiatives. If you would like information on becoming a corporate member, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Roundtable reports are only available to Global Alliance members
London, Arizona, Virtual 2021 – 6th Roundtable, May 2021
Washington DC, Virtual 2020 – 5th Roundtable
Melbourne 2019 – 4th Roundtable looked at: finding relevant indicators for Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Workplace Reporting Update, GRI, BSR, IFC, Healthy Investments Statement and Global Healthy Workplace Survey
Bergamo 2018 – 3rd Roundtable looked at: progress report on the alliance for health competitiveness in Santa Catarina (Brazil), progress report on healthy investments progress project: investors’ perception of workplace health and wellbeing study, and healthy SMEs 2020 project.
Singapore 2017 – 2nd Roundtable looked at: progress report on the alliance for health competitiveness, progress report on healthy investments progress project: investors’ perception of workplace health and wellbeing study, and healthy SMEs 2020 project proposal.
Washington DC 2016 – 1st Roundtable looked at: launch of the Global Alliance alongside key members and stakeholders, initiatives for the future and presentations by the World Bank, GSK, Arogya World, Ghana Health Service