Wellbeing

Why your business should be focusing on employee voice

Many businesses often forget that communication with their employees should be two-way and neglect a key enabler of employee engagement - employee voice. But building a work culture which supports employee voice is key to ensuring your team members are motivated to reach their potential...

Five ways to avoid presenteeism with a remote workforce

With many employees now working remotely and with hybrid workplaces on the rise, the traditional office set-up is becoming a thing of the past. However, many remote workers are finding that, as a result of our ‘always on’ culture, working from home is making it...

Five ways your business can promote a healthy work-life balance

For your employees to be in an optimal place of motivation, productivity, wellbeing and overall engagement at work, it’s crucial that they have a healthy work-life balance. Striking that perfect balance can be very difficult, but there are things your business can do to help...

Great employee benefits that support physical wellbeing

While Covid-19 continues to pose a threat to our health, the pandemic has also created other challenges for our physical wellbeing. The good news is that you can help with a range of fantastic employee benefits that support physical wellbeing....

Why your business should take a holistic approach to employee wellbeing

When we think about employee wellbeing, the first things that tend to spring to mind are mental, physical and financial wellbeing. While these three areas are of course important, there are in fact many other elements to wellbeing that should be considered when you map...

Simple ways to reduce your employees’ stress levels

Work-related stress is therefore common, and while it’s often seen as normal part of working life, too much stress can hinder employees’ productivity, motivation and wellbeing. Businesses therefore play a key role in ensuring that their culture and working environment minimises work-related stress while also...