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Wellbeing Alliance

Giving support and understanding to your wellbeing needs

Through the Hampshire and Surrey Wellbeing Alliance, Chambers of Commerce in Hampshire and Surrey are working with member businesses, social enterprises and the voluntary community in understanding and supporting the wellbeing needs of employers, employees, sole traders, young workers and those on the journey of reskilling, new employment and business start-up.

The goals of the alliance are to:
Improve cooperation in wellbeing support between the Chambers of Commerce, businesses, third sector, and statutory bodies.
Support a two-way flow of information between local business communities, the third sector and influential policy leads
Amplify the voice of direct lived experiences in shaping and supporting solutions on the ground.
Collaborate in promoting, shaping and delivering solutions locally, addressing identified wellbeing needs.

Reaching out across Hampshire and Surrey the Wellbeing Alliance is jointly led by Hampshire Chamber of Commerce and Surrey Chambers of Commerce, with key support from founding partners Mercer, Mission Performance, Andover and District Mencap, Citizens Advice Test Valley, Unity and You Trust. Through their networks the Wellbeing Alliance can link with communities, businesses, third sector organisations and stakeholders across the South of England and the UK.

The programme of activities influences policy and promotes the important role of the business community around wellbeing support. You are invited to become involved in the Wellbeing Alliance to add your important voice to a growing and diverse network making a real difference. Please contact Hampshire Chamber of Commerce at:

Charity Cluster Routes to Wellbeing Support

Providing crisis support, advice and tips, volunteering and training programmes for your teams and partnership working opportunities for your business.

The Charity Cluster helps navigate your teams towards improved wellbeing, both in the immediate future and through longer term solutions. Whilst improving your organisational wellbeing your employees, teams and organisation can create a positive impact in your local community, developing lasting and meaningful bonds with local charities. The Charity Cluster can provide structured volunteering, training and partnering programmes that can be tailored to your needs.

Wellbeing Strategies and Employee Support

Health and wellbeing strategies for your business have never been more important to guide you through your current and future needs, and shaping what is right for your business.

We can help you develop a wellbeing strategy that is right for your business or organisation, no matter how large or small. You can access free guides, information and resources, provided by Mercer Marsh Benefits, together with a range of Chamber members and partners across the region. The aim is to help you prioritise the health of the people in your organisation so you are able to manage the complex challenges we are all facing during this unprecedented time.

Building Resilience and Finding your Path

Understanding your personal challenges and knowing how to build resilience is at the heart of addressing change in this time of crisis.

Whatever our circumstances or experience crises throw up new challenges and we are not always well placed to address these. Recognising your personal wellbeing and understanding your personal challenges is the essential first step to knowing how to build resilience. If you are on a new career path or entering the workplace for the first time this can compound the challenge making the obstacles even greater.

We can provide wellbeing support at times of career change, business start-up and skills development, putting a spotlight on the skills development of the next generation

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