A range of wellbeing initiatives are currently ongoing within the University.
Workplace wellbeing support
Workplace wellbeing is important because workplaces directly influence the physical, mental, economic and social wellbeing of workers and in turn, the health of their families, communities and society. Staff wellbeing drives an organisation's long-term effectiveness which is recognised in Trinity's Strategic Plan under Priority 2:
“…we are deeply committed to sustainability in terms of how we live as a community, and we will continue to find new and creative ways to make our world fairer, healthier and more sustainable, whether it is in our adoption of sustainable commuting and working practices, or how we invest”,
and under point 8.7: Encourage the physical, mental and social health of the whole College community through implementation of the Healthy Trinity initiative. [HT]
Staff wellbeing initiatives and facilities support the achievement of Trinity's strategic goals by working towards the provision of a workplace where staff can thrive, achieve their full potential and excel together.