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Charity urges property professionals to participate in wellbeing survey

Charity urges property professionals to participate in wellbeing survey

Monday 8th January 2024

Property professionals are being asked to take part in a 'Wellbeing at Work' survey designed to evaluate the stresses and strains within the sector.

Organised by registered charity the Conveyancing Foundation, the survey also aims to gain understanding of the mental health and wellbeing initiatives and structures designed to enhance the lives of those working in the property industry.

The foundation has relaunched the survey, initially started in February 2023, to gather results this year and compare them with the 2023 findings. According to the charity, the comparisons will help to "shape and develop forward-thinking guidelines, potentially revolutionising how the property sector addresses the promotion of wellbeing in the workplace".

While the survey responses are kept entirely confidential, participants have the opportunity to enter a luxury prize draw where they stand a chance to win one of three prizes, with a combined value of over £1000.

Elizabeth Rimmer, Conveyancing Foundation ambassadress and CEO of LawCare, has endorsed the survey. She said: "Participating is not just an opportunity to contribute to industry insights; it is a chance to actively shape the future of our workplace.

"The Conveyancing Foundation's commitment extends beyond the survey, with a dedication to fostering an environment that prioritises the wellbeing of professionals in our field.

"I encourage every individual in the conveyancing and property industry to take a few moments to share their experiences and perspectives through the 'Wellbeing at Work' survey. Your input is invaluable, and together, we can drive positive change and create a workplace culture that truly cares for its people."