WELLBEING AT WORK
ENHANCE YOUR WORKPLACE

CREATE A CULTURE OF WELLBEING

IN YOUR ORGANISATION

Teamwork

Getting the best out of each member of your team ensures the overall efficiency of any organisation. You are only as strong as your weakest link. Strong personalities, unhappy cultures and poor communication can mean that staff teams become a problem. It doesn't have to stay like this - change can happen. People can be supported to work as a team and work for a common goal

Stress

Stress is not all bad - it can really help motivate and inspire us, help us be creative and meet deadlines. If stress becomes a permanent feature, before long we begin to creak under the weight of it. Some people can tolerate more than others, but we all have our "tipping point". We may then become unwell physically or mentally. Our bodies are messaging to us the distress it is feeling - and we need to listen.

Health & Wellbeing

A thriving happy workforce is what we want to achieve - people working to their potential, with their needs met and policies in place to ensure equity. We also want people to be healthy - physically and mentally and have a culture that is conducive to this. The payback is a healthy workforce, less sickness absence and more efficiency. Contact us - we can help your workplace achieve improved wellbeing

We can help - we have lots of ways to work with you

1.

Mental Health First Aid training courses:

2.

Workshops - variety of lengths from lunch’n’learns to full day training

  • Stress
  • Wellbeing, 
  • Happiness 
  • Wellbeing Workshops

3.

Wellbeing @ Work policy development


"The workshops are done in a way that challenges the way I think but I think will help me in the long run.”

“Enjoyed it very much”

“Eye opener”

“Will think differently”

“I enjoyed the session. Well presented. Good flow and relevant info. Just right.”

“Very informative/good suggestions” 


FIND OUT HOW WE CAN HELP YOUR TEAM

A Free 20-minute phone consultation will determine if our Wellness At Work programme is right for your company, and explore how I can help.

FREE CONSULTATION

Mental Health in the Workplace

  • At any one time one worker in six will be experiencing depression, anxiety or issues relating to stress.
  • The total number of cases of work related stress, depression or anxiety in 2014/15 was 440,000
  • In 2013, mental ill health cost the UK economy £70 billion
  • The total cost to employers of mental health issues among their staff is estimated at nearly £26 billion each year. That is equivalent to £1,035 for every employee in the UK workforce
  • 15.2 million days of sickness absence across the UK in 2013 were caused by stress, anxiety or depression
  • The total cost of sickness absence due to mental ill health to employers is estimated at nearly £8.4 billion each year. That is equivalent to £335 for every employee in the UK workforce
  • 76% of line managers believe they are responsible for employee wellbeing, but only 22% have received training

    For sources see MHFA England

For more information, see our blog

CREATE A CULTURE OF WELLBEING

IN YOUR ORGANISATION

Mental Health in the Workplace

  • At any one time one worker in six will be experiencing depression, anxiety or issues relating to stress.
  • The total number of cases of work related stress, depression or anxiety in 2014/15 was 440,000
  • In 2013, mental ill health cost the UK economy £70 billion
  • The total cost to employers of mental health issues among their staff is estimated at nearly £26 billion each year. That is equivalent to £1,035 for every employee in the UK workforce
  • 15.2 million days of sickness absence across the UK in 2013 were caused by stress, anxiety or depression
  • The total cost of sickness absence due to mental ill health to employers is estimated at nearly £8.4 billion each year. That is equivalent to £335 for every employee in the UK workforce
  • 76% of line managers believe they are responsible for employee wellbeing, but only 22% have received trainingFor sources see MHFA England

For more information, see our blog