Workplace wellbeing allows an employee to flourish and achieve their full potential – physical, mental, social, intellectual and spiritual - for the benefit of themselves and their organisation.
Since the ‘Building the case for wellness’ report was published in 2008, there has been growing recognition regarding/of/concerning the benefits of workplace well-being programs.
Stress, work pressure and mental health occurrence has increased dramatically over the last 10 years, and ’presenteeism’ based on psychological problems alone costs the UK economy £15.1bn a year.
The CBI recognises that with us living longer and working longer businesses have the opportunity to ‘influence behaviours, promote a culture of good health and support those with health problems to remain in or return to the workplace’.
At Prohms our focus is on prevention and early intervention, equipping managers and supervisors to help employees improve their health and wellbeing at work. This can result in increased productivity, reduced staff turnover and associated costs, reduced presenteeism and reduced sickness absence.