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Why We Should Work Well

"Larger companies have the luxury of having human resources departments. Small companies don't. Anything that can be done to reduce the stress of staff and create a happy working atmosphere is crucial for the success of a small business."

Sir David Amess, Conservative MP

I want to create a happy working atmosphere

Running A Business Is Tough

Managing a workforce, maintaining profits and increasing revenue is a never ending task. In all that, we often forget about looking after the most important asset our business has; our people.

Stress is the number one cause of absenteeism in the UK.

Mental ill health equates to a loss of £618 per employee per year.

Presenteeism costs 1.5 times more than absenteeism.

An increasing number of employees are working when suffering ill health.

Staff wellbeing is a worthwhile investment.

For every £1 spent on health and wellbeing initiatives, a proven return of up to £34.

Improve the wellbeing of your workforce today.

We Work Well was designed for business owners looking for a simple way to improve the health and wellbeing of their workforce and their business.​​ ​Starting from just £0.99 per employee per month, as a We Work Well member, you will be given all the tools to meet legal obligations, boost profits and increase the wellbeing of your workforce, so everyone, including your business, can benefit.

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10 Reasons To Work Well

1. Increase productivity and performance

Managing stress and promoting wellbeing saves £618 per employee per year, enhancing levels of creativity, innovation and concentration.

2. Save thousands on staff training and development

Investing in staff learning and development is vital for any business of any size. Cut the costs of training programmes with unlimited access to our e-learning packages.

3. Reduce absenteeism, presenteeism and conflict

Engaging your staff through wellbeing incentives enhances morale and levels of motivation.

4. Meet your legal requirements

Employers have a duty of care to their staff and must take steps to identify risks to mental health. Our risk assessment tool will play a pivotal role in increasing awareness of the issues affecting your staff and develop an accurate action plan.

5. Instill an open culture

Create a working environment where staff can openly and honestly discuss their mental health without fear of judgement.

6. Stay up to date with the latest information and advice

From blogs and vlogs to expert articles, get hints, tips and more at your one stop resource for employee wellbeing and how you can make employee wellbeing part of your business practices.

7. Access exclusive discounts

Incredible discounts on a range of proactive interventions, from EAP services and wellbeing policy writing to wellbeing retreats and HR consultancy.

8. Be a responsible business

Employee wellbeing is a key part of being a responsible and sustainable business. In turn, this will help with staff retention, attraction and procuring for new business.

9. Improve physical and mental health

Managing stress and promoting wellbeing saves £618 per employee per year, enhancing levels of creativity, innovation and concentration.

10. Your business reputation

In the age of social media, the reputation of a business can be quickly tarred if staff feel over worked and under appreciated. Make sure your staff know they are valued and that your business is being talked about for the right reasons.

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Contact

Telephone: +44 (0) 20 3815 6588
Email: [email protected]