Wellbeing at Work Guide
Having access to all latest science-based wellbeing content is more important now than ever. The Guide is your blueprint for good health and wellbeing based on the latest scientific research. At over 61 pages long, it contains content on sleep, mental health, resilience, self-care, the immune system, remote working, energy, fitness, body composition, digestive health, life changes, connection, travel hacks, weight management and more.
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What is the Wellbeing Guide?
The Wellbeing At Work Guide is your blueprint for good health and wellbeing based on the latest scientific research. At over 61 pages long, it contains content on sleep, mental health, resilience, self-care, the immune system, remote working, energy, fitness, body composition, digestive health, life changes, connection, travel hacks, weight management and more. Many companies include this as part of employee induction packs and company culture books, such is its impact on employee wellbeing.
In every business, time is a very valuable asset. Most people do not have the time to research, prioritise and execute on their health and wellbeing. Having everything in one place saves time and avoids frustration.
The merging of work and home means employees are facing challenges to their wellbeing that may be new to them. The Wellbeing At Work Guide is a resource that can inform and inspire and provide valuable content in a highly accessible form.
Most of us suffer from this, particularly in the wellbeing space where there is so much conflicting information. Having everything in one place creates clarity, saves time and reduces frustration.
According to a survey by Ipsos Mori, 1/5 people are worried about mental illnesses. Education is key to ensuring people stay well. With mental health costing the UK £94bn per annum, its vital to invest in your people and ensure they stay well.
Most of us are working from home now and social distancing. We’re relying on technology to replace human contact, and this is likely to have an impact on people’s wellbeing, combined with other health-related considerations such as lack of sleep, physical fitness and resilience.
How Does it Work?
Bespoke wellbeing at work guide
You provide us with your logo and we do the rest. We’ll make suggestions on content based on either a simple SurveyMonkey quiz or based on your understanding of the wellbeing challenges. The Wellbeing At Work Guide is professionally designed with hyperlinks to other resources or scientific studies. It’s been described as a ‘manual for good wellbeing that I always have by my side’.
Your webinar has had over 758 views in a single day which is a Britvic record for online content! I’ve had quite a few emails this morning after I sent out the recording to those who attended saying they’ve circulated it to their teams. I suspect we will have a full house for our next session!
Group Head of Talent & Learning, Britvic PLC