Wellbeing360 overview and scoring information


By doing the Wellbeing360™ assessment you will receive:

  • A health score out of 100
  • A confidential report on your own health status
  • Tips and suggestions to point you in a healthy direction for the future

Your health score and personal wellbeing report will remain completely confidential. This assessment is brought to you by Vitality Works and we won’t be sharing any of your identifiable information with your employer or anyone else.

The Wellbeing360™ will take around 12 minutes of your precious time but the motivation and advice you will receive will last much longer!

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What is the Wellbeing360™?

Simply, it’s an online health questionnaire that asks a series of questions about your health and wellness. It’s a New Zealand designed assessment – with input from a number of academic and specialists in the NZ health industry. It’s brought to you by leading wellness specialists, Vitality Works.  

Why should I complete the Wellbeing360?

There are two good reasons:

  1. By answering the questions honestly, you’ll get a good personal health benchmark and you’ll also be able to see the areas of your life that you can easily address to improve your overall health and wellness. 
  1. By completing the questions, you will help us determine our wellness priorities. We will receive an overall report giving us consolidated results, identifying common areas that could do with improvement. But rest assured, we will not have access to any individual results or scores.  


Just to be clear, your individual results will remain confidential to you — no one at our company will have access to individual results.

If you have any questions about the Wellbeing360, please contact Chloe Gibson at Vitality Works: chloe.gibson@vitalityworks.co.nz.

The Wellbeing 360™ uses evidence based health risk parameters (e.g. physical inactivity, high stress levels or lack of fruit and vegetable consumption) to calculate individual scores across each of these segments; Mental Wellbeing, Physical Wellbeing, Work Wellbeing and Social Wellbeing. It then summarises the total score out of a possible 100. The resulting individual (and aggregate scores), provide the individual (and the employer) with an insightful picture of current health status and identifies any risks of ill-health or disease.

Mental Wellbeing
An individual's stress level is measured using specific components relating to stress on the DASS 21 Scale (Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale).

Physical Wellbeing
Assessment covers: nutrition, exercise/ physical activity, sleep, biometrics (blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose and BMI), smoking, alcohol consumption, existing chronic conditions and family medical history.

Many questions relating to physical wellbeing come from the NZ and Australian National Health Surveys. These have been proven to measure actual clinical health risk (including cardiovascular disease, diabetes and obesity).

Social Wellbeing
The individual's level of happiness and purpose is deemed their 'social wellbeing'. This is assessed using eight questions from the Flourishing Scale.
This scale is designed to assess self-perceived success in areas identified as important for psychological flourishing. These include relationships, meaning and purpose, self-esteem and optimism

Work Wellbeing
The level of engagement and connectedness the individual feels at work is important and links to all other domains.
Assessment uses seven questions from the international Work and Wellbeing Survey developed by Dr Bridget Juniper.

For further information regarding your personal information collected on this website, please contact us using the details below or via www.vitalityworks.co.nz (New Zealand) www.vitalityworks.com.au (Australia)