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Employee wellbeing is more than just a buzz word it’s an essential component of ensuring your team are engaged and supported to help you drive your business forward.

Effective wellbeing programmes are more than just a phase, they are becoming an established part of workplace cultures as society changes and so do the expectations of employees.

Sickness absence costs the UK economy over £14bn per annum, or £554 per employee and employers that ignore wellbeing risk absenteeism, poor performance and added costs.

A well balanced wellbeing programme is tailored around your Company’s needs but is likely to include things like:

  • Health promotion
  • Positive work environment
  • Flexible working
  • Positive relationships
  • Opportunities to grow careers
  • Healthy management style

’60 per cent 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 wellbeing’ (mind)

How we help you to build a positive workplace

Health & Values

Physical safety
Safe working practices, safe equipment, personal safety training.

Mental health
Stress management, risk assessments, conflict resolution training, training line managers to have difficult conversations, managing mental ill health, occupational health support, employee assistance programme.

Leadership
Values-based leadership, clear mission and objectives, health and well-being strategy, corporate governance, building trust.

Ethical standards
Dignity at work, corporate social responsibility, community investment, volunteering.

Diversity
Diversity and inclusion, valuing difference, cultural engagement, training for employees and managers

Social & Personal Growth

Employee voice
Communication, consultation, genuine dialogue, involvement in decision making

Positive relationships
Management style, team working, healthy relationships with peers and managers, dignity and respect.

Career development
Mentoring, coaching, performance management, performance development plans, skills utilisation, succession planning.

Lifelong learning
Performance development plans, access to training, mid-career review, technical and vocational learning, challenging work.

Creativity
Open and collaborative culture, innovation workshops.

Good work

Working environment
Ergonomically designed working areas, open and inclusive culture.

Good line management
Effective people management policies, training for line managers, sickness absence management.

Work demands
Job design, job roles, job quality, workload, working hours, job satisfaction, work-life balance.

Autonomy
Control, innovation, whistleblowing.

Change management
Communication, involvement, leadership.

Pay and reward
Fair and transparent remuneration practices, non-financial recognition.

Get in touch

If you have a question about wellbeing, give us a ring.

You can contact us by calling Rob on 07717 702201, or Kirsty on 07515 876984, alternatively email rob@willerbyhill.co.uk or kirsty@willerbyhill.co.uk