wellbeing in the workplace
Whatever the size of your workforce, it makes sense to look after your biggest asset.
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A fit and healthy workforce is key to an organisation’s performance, and each year millions of working days are lost to stress-related illnesses. Stress, depression or anxiety accounts for 44% of all work-related ill health cases and 54% of all working days lost due to ill health (HSE 2018/19).
Effects of stress in the workplace:
Tiredness and irritability
Reduced physical performance
Lowered immune system, leading to the development of more physical illnesses
Reduced creativity and productivity
By introducing a Wellbeing at Work service, it gives staff an opportunity to experience holistic therapies which may reduce stress, boost effectiveness and improve general wellbeing.
Reflexology treats the whole person and by focusing on prevention rather than cure, it can help maintain good health in the long term.
indian head massage
This ancient therapy can provide instant relief from tension and stress symptoms and induce a state of calm, peace and tranquillity and promote high levels of alertness and concentration.
health is a state of body, wellness is a state of being
how does it work?
Treatments can be paid in full by each employee, in full by the employer or the employer can subsidise the employee, so costs are shared.
Treatments take place in the company office, a small quiet room. The practitioner brings a special chair and all necessary equipment.
Treatments can last between 15 and 60 minutes depending on the time-scale available.
The frequency of visits will be agreed with the company but ideally should be weekly or fortnightly and the company should ensure sessions are promoted internally.
Referrals and bookings can be made direct through the company or on an individual basis.