Engagement and wellbeing: Civil Service success stories

Case studies showcasing the approaches of Civil Service teams with outstanding levels of employee engagement and staff wellbeing.

Employee engagement is a workplace approach designed to ensure that employees are committed to their organisation’s goals and values, motivated to contribute to organisational success and able to enhance their own wellbeing.

Research suggests that increased engagement and wellbeing positively affect factors relevant to organisational performance – such as productivity, absenteeism and customer service – as well as having positive effects on the people involved.

These case studies showcase the approaches taken and outcomes experienced by some Civil Service teams who have achieved outstanding engagement and wellbeing scores in the Civil Service People Survey. They are designed to help managers and leaders in the Civil Service to identify ideas to apply to their teams.

These 4 initial case studies are the first release in a planned series. We’d like to know what you think – please email with any feedback.