Healthy People = Healthy profits
Jo Bareham is able to provide onsite solutions to businesses and employees in Sussex, Surrey and Kent to help tackle mind and body stresses using natural therapies.
The health and wellbeing of employees is crucial to the success of any business so it pays to invest in them. What good is training if your workforce are stressed, tired and run down?
Employees are at their most productive and creative when they are in an environment that supports their health and wellbeing and even a small ongoing investment of time and/or money in the wellbeing of staff can pay big dividends.
The benefits are significant, whatever the economic climate!
What can a health and wellbeing programme bring to your business?
Reduced absenteeism and a reduction in staff turnover leading to increased skill retention, and a reduction in recruitment and training costs.
Improved employee physical and mental well-being
Elevated staff morale leading to increased productivity
"I hadn't tried reflexology before I met Jo, but now I am an avid fan. It's so relaxing, good for both body and mind". Ges, EDF ENERGY
"All my life I have suffered with stress/anxiety, sleeplessness, also headaches & pain from an old head injury. Reflexology has helped me sleep better, feel less stressed, have better digestion and the headaches/pain associated with the old head injury became weaker and less frequent. I would highly recommend it to anyone as a detresser and general heath kick, these days we all spend a lot of money on things that arent good for us - this is well worth it!" Anna, La Creme recruitment
If you need more facts and figures then take a look at some of the cases studies on the Health Work Wellbeing site set up by the Government. There are a number of companies who have reported significant benefits both in terms of their employee wellbeing, but also financially.
Workplace stress costs UK business over £3.8 billion a year; represents only 5% of absence cases, but accounts for 33% of working days lost due to sickness. (CBI 2004 statistics)
With 1 million people reporting sick each week, businesses are suffering. The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has estimated that 175 million working days were lost last year to sickness absence, at a cost to the economy of £13 billion.