Assets and liabilities – this is the wellbeing of your employees
The University of Warwick, UK, in one of their studies revealed that happy workers are up to 12% more productive thn unhappy professionals. They are more likely to be the proud owner of good health, have smooth flowing professional and personal relationships, and prove to be more beneficial for the organization as a whole.
Why are you investing in wellbeing?
- To increase productivity
- To lower costs
- To increase staff satisfaction
- To increase staff morale
- To improve staff retention
- To reduce absenteeism
- To foster better relationships between staff and management
- To increase open communications
- To work towards a more sustainable workforce
Workshops that look after employees wellbeing are:
- Stress Management Skills
- Managing Menopause
- Mental Health for Men
- Communication across the Ages (multigenerational workplace)
Promoting well-being can help prevent stress and create positive working environments where individuals and organisations can thrive. Equally important is support for mental wellbeing, through providing adequate breakout areas to relax, or have an informal catch up with a colleague.
By understanding that it is the whole self of an employee that comes to work, enables the organisation to ensure that not only is it the physical wellbeing with ergonomic keyboards, adequate lightening, water and airconditonoing but it is also mental wellbeing that is equally important to the workplace.
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£1050 (plus VAT) – initial meeting, preparation of material, presentation, follow up meeting with client afterwards