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The 2023 Workforce State of Mind Survey in now live, open to anyone in the UK working within fitness and active leisure. The research explores the mental wellbeing of people at all levels of the workforce as well as asking employers about approaches to protecting and supporting the mental health of their teams.


Lindsey Simpson, co-founder at Workplace Mental Wealth and curator of the State of Mind Survey, says: “A great deal has happened nationally and globally since we last surveyed the sector in early 2022, and this year it will be fascinating to see how positive and negative factors are affecting wellbeing. Our core questions enable us to identify year-on-year patterns, and our new questions help us understand the impact of recent events. So, for example, this year with the cost-of-living crisis impacting so many, we’re exploring financial wellbeing in more depth. We also include opportunities for those who want to add their own comments; helping us to gather greater insight into the stories behind the numbers.”


“The survey is anonymous, quick and easy to complete, and the results and recommendations will be shared via a free download from the Workplace Mental Wealth website mid-March, 2023.”


The survey is open to anyone that does paid work in the sector, employed or freelance, and the authors hope to again see participation across all roles, from apprentices and the front line to the boardroom. All employers are encouraged to take part too to help map the varied perspectives of operators, suppliers and membership bodies across the sector.


Individuals can take the survey here, employers can take the survey here.

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