The Civil Service Health and Wellbeing Framework has been co-designed by the central Human Resources Policy Division of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform (DPER), the Civil Service Employee Assistance Service (CSEAS), together with 12 Civil Service Departments and Offices.
The Framework aims to provide Human Resources Managers across the Civil Service with an enhanced understanding of the breadth of considerations that need to be taken into account when seeking to effect positive health and wellbeing outcomes for civil servants.
The Framework outlines the key components of a healthy workplace across 5 Dimensions and 19 associated Themes. These Dimensions and Themes also include examples of workplace initiatives and activities that Civil Service Departments and Offices can put in place to support and enable the health and wellbeing of their workforce.
It also identifies a number of performance indicators that will enable Departments and Offices to identify key health and wellbeing challenges in their organisations and to evaluate the success of measures introduced to address these challenges.