Make wellbeing in the workplace a priority for your business

Did you know, poor mental health costs UK employers up to £4 billion each year? 

For every £1 spent by employers on mental health interventions, they get back £5 in reduced absence, presenteeism, and staff turnover (Deloitte, 2020)

Five reasons to invest in staff wellbeing:

1. Retain skills by reducing staff turnover
Almost a third (31%) of staff said that they would consider leaving their current role within the next 12 months if stress levels were in their organisation did not improve.

2. Cut sickness absence
Mental health issues such as stress, depression or anxiety account for almost 70 million days off sick per year, the most of any health condition, costing the UK economy between £70-100 billion per year.

3. Reduce presenteeism
The annual cost of mental health related presenteeism (people coming to work and underperforming due to ill health) is £15.1 billion or £605 per employee in the UK.

4. Improve staff morale
60% of employees say they'd feel more motivated and more likely to recommend their organisation as a good place to work if their employer took action to support mental health and wellbeing.

5. Optimise performance
There is a strong link between levels of staff wellbeing and performance. Taking a positive, proactive approach to mental health at work can help you grow your staff and your organisation.

I offer and consultative and personalised approach to the online corporate wellbeing sessions. Depending on your business needs and requirements, I will put together a tailored session, which could focus on any of the following areas:

  • Increasing staff morale, motivation, concentration and productivity

  • Creating a positive office environment

  • Staff incentives and rewards

  • Self-care at work and reducing stress & anxiety 

  • Encouraging productive working relationships

  • Adapting to changing circumstances at work 

  • Working from home - pros, cons and essential wellbeing tips

  • Increasing self-esteem and confidence within your team

  • How working parents can achieve a work/life balance

  • Promoting healthier work habits

  • Team goals and limiting beliefs

  • The importance of a mental health first aid team member

  • New ideas for existing wellbeing initiatives

  • Implementing a new wellbeing programme

  • Tools to implement into your workplace 

This list is certainly not exhaustive and many organisations will have their own thoughts on specific wellbeing areas they wish to focus on for their various teams. 

Sessions can run from 30 minutes to a half day (with short intervals). They are fully interactive, with a range of practical exercises and downloadable resources for all attendees. 


Contact me today to discuss your businesses wellbeing requirements.

"Having working in corporate and creative sectors for almost 20 years, I have a wealth of experience being an employee, manager and business owner. It's my passion to support businesses in implementing more wellbeing initiatives into their workplaces and witness the benefits to their staff, productivity and overall business growth" - Amanda Cole