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21 April 2021

Let us know about your wellbeing and help shape the future of wellbeing in the horseracing industry

For the very first time, the horseracing industry is aiming to measure and understand the wellbeing of its entire workforce.  The ‘Wellbeing Across the Horseracing Industry Survey’ is a chance for you to have your say and to impact the future of workplace wellbeing across the industry.

The survey is aiming to collate responses from everyone working across the sport, whatever their role, which is why it is so important that we hear from YOU.  The results of this survey will enable the collection of baseline data about wellbeing throughout the industry and will be crucial in enabling improvement for the health and wellbeing of horseracing’s people going forward.

Not only will you benefit horseracing as a whole by completing this survey but you will also receive a personalised Wellbeing Snapshot Report to help improve how you feel, live and work.

The survey, which is completely anonymous and confidential, has been designed by Robertson Cooper, experts in workforce wellbeing.  It is simple to complete and will only take up 10 to 15 minutes of your time.  You will be asked questions about your workplace, your psychological and physical wellbeing, as well as your resilience before receiving your personalised report.

To take the survey, simply click HERE, register your email address and let us know about your wellbeing.

The ‘Wellbeing Across the Racing Industry Survey’ will be live until Sunday 16th May 2021.

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