Wellbeing strategy

Unitec wellbeing policy 

The following wellbeing policy was adopted 25 February 2021 

Led by the principles of Te Noho Kotahitanga, the purpose of this policy is: 

  • to foster an organisational culture that contributes to high staff engagement and wellbeing, and in doing so underscore Unitec’s commitment to the health, safety and wellbeing of its employees,
  • provide an enabling environment to assist employees in feeling connected to their work and contributing their full potential to the organisation’s goals,
  • to assist employees with various strategies for self-managing their health, both mental and physical, and ways of addressing any work or non-work-related issues so that they are best able to prevent harm.

This policy is to be read in conjunction with Unitec Health & Safety Policy.  

Click here for the full policy.  

Wellbeing strategy PDF 

If you have any questions regarding this policy please contact the Sustainability and Wellbeing team directly at connect@unitec.ac.nz  

Get involved 
To get in touch with the team, please email connect@unitec.ac.nz