Research reveals the annual cost of sickness absence for UK organisations has climbed to a staggering £29 billion, a number that could be greatly reduced if more employers focused on the health and wellbeing of their people.
A small budget can deliver a high return on investment. There are plenty of simple, inexpensive ways to improve the physical and mental wellbeing of your employees for minimal outlay.
It’s not just about supplying bowls of fruit and access to drinking water. For example allowing reasonable flexible working; cycle to work schemes; local gym membership; fitness challenges and competitions, plus supportive managers and teams can have a major effect on morale and the culture of your workplace.
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Fit for Success?
You, your people, your business?
Employers are becoming increasingly aware of the performance benefits of investing in the health and wellbeing of their people.
We can help you identify the issues and find the solutions to increase productivity, engage employees and manage change.
• Employee engagement
• Ideas and innovation
• Morale and motivation
• Employee and talent retention
• Loyalty and advocacy
• High performance workplace
• Absence rates
• Recruitment costs
• Agency cover costs
• Health insurance costs
• Litigation costs
Source - Investors in People
Health and Wellbeing Award
Training & Development Courses
• Recruitment and Interviewing Skills
• Handling Discipline and Grievance situations
• Leadership and Management Development
• Managing Performance / Appraisal Skills
• Effective Learning and Evaluation
• Improving your Business
"There is increasing evidence that health and wellbeing activity has a direct relationship with improving productivity and other bottom line benefits include reducing absenteeism, staff turnover and also reduced recruitment and training costs. Some of these benefits, such as improved staff retention, positive responses to recruitment and reduced levels of absence are easily measured. Others, such as increased morale, constructive engagement, better product and service quality and greater customer satisfaction are more subtle, but equally important to the business."
Dame Carol Black – National Director for Health and Work