We design, build and implement bespoke wellbeing strategy and solutions to organisations across all industries and sectors. Getting wellbeing strategy right can drive improvement of organisational performance, discretionary effort and enhance employee loyalty and trust. Through our specialist work, we can help senior leaders to shape organisational culture by embedding wellbeing right into the core. By addressing key modern-day challenges such as technology, an ageing workforce and remote working, organisations will reap the benefits of understanding a changing world and the impact it has on their organisation. Investing in sustainable wellbeing strategy and ongoing initiatives will create the right environment. An environment where resilient employees can connect their own meaning and purpose to their work and feel energised with a strong sense of belonging. A particular area of interest we have is around the power of self-compassion and the positive impact cultivating this in ourselves can have on performance, resilience and mental health.
Our work involves a combination of approaches involving multiple stakeholders and content depending on the needs of the organisation. Mental health and wellbeing underpins everything we do. We believe delivering mental health first aid training, building mental health awareness and reducing stigma at the heart of an organisation creates the most solid foundation for a healthy wellbeing culture. Although the statistics show one in four people of the general population and one in six workers suffering from a mental health condition, we agree with many mental health campaigners that it is four in four - everyone has mental health so there is a growing need for mental health and wellbeing initiatives to be integrated into any workplace wellbeing strategy. Beingworks is passionate about helping organisations create a more human and open environment to allow employees to speak up when they are struggling. By improving knowledge and awareness around how to better support an employees mental health, organisations will see a reduction in absenteeism, presenteeism and turnover costs.
CURRENT CHALLENGES OF EMPLOYERS
We need to bring the human side of work to the forefront and put investment and focus into making the workplace employee centred. Without it, organisations will fail to achieve optimal results not only from a bottom line perspective, but also in respect as to how they are perceived from the outside world.