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Physical Wellbeing

Physical health is key to supporting overall health and wellbeing, including mental health. Physical wellbeing is related not only to staying active but also sleep and nutrition.

Mental Wellbeing

Mental Health is an integral part of overall health. It is important to not only address the needs of individuals with defined mental disorders but also to safeguard and promote the mental health of all people.

Financial Wellbeing

Financial wellbeing refers to feeling secure and in control, alongside being financially resilient, confident and empowered. 

Social Wellbeing

Connecting with others can help us feel closer to people and valued for who we are. Research shows that taking part in social and community life can have a positive effect on our wellbeing.


Further Support for Employees

An Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) is an employer paid benefit that gives employees of that organisation access to confidential support and advice through a helpline phone number.  An EAP can help an individual deal with personal problems that are affecting their wellbeing and performance at work and are considered to be one of the most effective ways and employer can look after the wellbeing of their workforce.

There are many EAP providers to choose from and we encourage businesses to research the supplier that best suits their needs and budget.  The Employee Assistance Programme Association have details of all UK based providers. 

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News and insights from the Wellbeing team to help you wit your and your employees mental and physical wellbeing.


The CIPD 2022 Health and wellbeing at work survey identified the top three benefits of employers increasing their focus on employee wellbeing: 

  • A healthier and more inclusive culture.
  •  Better work-life balance
  • Better employee morale and engagement.

As organisations continue to provide a flexible approach to ‘hybrid’ working (time/days spent throughout the week split between both office and home working environments), isolation may occur for an extended period either continuously or intermittently depending on the circumstances. Studies have found that people need frequent social contact, which intensifies during periods of crisis. Therefore, prolonged periods of social isolation can negatively impact people’s wellbeing. Risks to wellbeing may be related to job content or work schedule, specific characteristics of the workplace or opportunities for career development amongst other things. More so, in cases of new employees coming into the organisation and/or existing colleagues on leave of extended absences where they can be at home for extended periods, the feeling of lack of control, isolation and distress can be powerful.

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