Our staff health, wellbeing and social activities programme is moving
From Wednesday 25 September staff will be able to access the University’s health, wellbeing and social activities programme via the Sport Sheffield website.
The staff wellbeing and activities programme will move to the Sport Sheffield website from next Wednesday, as part of the University’s plans to improve the health and wellbeing offer available to staff.
Using the new site, staff will be able to enjoy the same range of wellbeing activities and resources; all activities will continue to be free. These can be booked in the usual way through logging into MUSE and following the Juice link.
The booking system will allow staff to sign up to activities which will be released six days in-advance, giving more staff the opportunity to try something new.
Ian Wright, Deputy Director of Human Resources said: “We continue our work to develop and enhance our wellbeing offer for staff at the University, placing health and wellbeing at the heart of working here. We are making positive improvements to help ensure all our staff feel their wellbeing is supported by the University and working in partnership with Sport Sheffield and the new booking platform for staff activities is one part of these improvements.”
In October, we will also be launching the Wellbeing Zone resource on the Sport Sheffield website, where staff can track their fitness progress, learn healthy recipes, set personal goals, take part in activity competitions with other staff members and much more.
Nick Wilson, Health and Fitness Manager at Sport Sheffield said: “We are looking forward to working more closely with the HR team on Juice and supporting the wellbeing of University staff. All the wellbeing activities we provide are offered at an introductory level and our team of fitness instructors and trainers will be able to signpost staff to further sessions and fitness opportunities.”
We are undertaking a wider review of our wellbeing offer and would welcome your comments and feedback about what you would like to see from the staff activity programme and wellbeing at the University more broadly.