We provide the guidance, training, and tools required to

develop healthier, happier, and more productive workplaces

Happy and Healthy Employees Create Productive Workforces

We've combined comprehensive industry understanding of workplace culture, with extensive healthcare and organisational change expertise to provide a sustainable approach that enables organisations to improve employee wellbeing and benefit from increased employee engagement, productivity, retention and morale. 

Addressing workplace mental wellbeing culture is at the core of our approach and key to achievable, measurable and sustainable improvement of employee wellbeing.

Why is employee wellbeing important?

At any one time 1 in 4 people will be experiencing poor mental wellbeing, with an estimated annual cost of £26 billion to UK businesses

77% of employed participants of BITC’s 2016 research had experienced poor mental wellbeing, with 62% reporting work as a contributing factor

Absences as a result of reported work-related, mental wellbeing problems are now the leading cause of workplace absence in the UK 

Workplace wellbeing interventions addressing employee mental wellbeing offer a single effective tool to reduce absenteeism, presenteeism, staff replacement and loss of productivity.

The Benefits of Addressing Employee Wellbeing

Improved productivity. The 2016 Social Market Foundation ‘Working Well’ report states that 1 in 3 employees are less productive due to poor mental wellbeing, with the UK being at least 25% less productive than most of the countries we directly compete against.

Increased employee engagement and retention as employees who feel respected, cared for and valued during a period of vulnerability will reward organisations with loyalty and commitment. As a consequence this creates an open culture, which enhances trust and allows employees to be authentic and honest about their feelings.

Reduced staff turnover. Organisations who promote health and wellbeing are 4 times less likely to lose talent in the following year and the average cost of filling a vacancy is estimated to be around £6,125. 

Reduced risk and expenses of disciplinary actions, grievances and legal costs associated with discrimination and health and safety legislation.

Reduced absence leave rates, avoiding: disruption to business function, use of costly temporary staff, wasted time and money retraining replacement staff. In 2015/16, stress accounted for 45% of all working days lost, an estimated 11.7 million days for UK organisations.

Improved reputational benefits attracting the highest calibre staff. Organisations who promote employee health and wellbeing are 3.5 more times more likely to be viewed as creative and innovative. This can be promoted externally as a part of reporting on Corporate and Social Responsibility (CSR).

Improved Customer Care with organisations who provide employees with high levels of wellbeing out performing the stock market by 2-3% per year over a 25 year period.

Improved staff morale promoting a positive and healthy working environment.

We fully understand that employee wellbeing initiatives are occasionally met with with hesitancy and reluctance from some individuals and purposefully designed a fully inclusive, phased approach to actively involve and educate all levels of management.

We offer the following services…


Board Level
Engagement Sessions

We offer small scale sessions to engage Board and Senior Leadership Teams, and large conference style sessions for Key Leaders across the organisation.

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Development of
Internal Resources

We act as a ‘critical friend’ in supporting organisations to develop any in-house resources, including development of web-based support resources, and provide advice regarding effective ways to promote for increased use. We want your employees to feel that they’re only a click away from help.

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Human Resources Engagement Workshops

We work with HR to help develop the mental wellbeing programme, supported by the internal communications function and the occupational health provider.

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Line Management
Engagement Workshops

Our workshops for Line Managers are designed to reinforce the importance of wellbeing and energy in leaders with a deep dive on mental wellbeing, and increase awareness and understanding of their role in facilitating appropriate support when a colleague is experiencing poor mental wellbeing.

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Online Mental Health Screening WORKTool

WORKTool is an online screening tool designed to provide Line Managers with guidance in addressing mental wellbeing with team members. It provides a framework that ensures that the right questions are asked to easily identify areas affecting wellbeing and assists organisations in meeting HSE standards and legal responsibilities.

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All Staff Engagement Strategy

We provide guidance in adopting a multi-channel approach to engage staff across the organisation, meeting with a small project steering group to agree the best approach for your organisation.

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E-Learning Programmes

We’ve teamed up with Headtorch to offer an E-learning programme that raises awareness of mental wellbeing from both an individual and team perspective. Developed in collaboration with University of Glasgow, the Headtorch E-learning programme uses engaging, televised drama and documentary material and interactive E-learning activities, to bring a number of well-being issues to life.

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