Wellbeing at Work

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Ethical Employers who want to provide a healthy working environment are increasingly considering provision of on-site complementary therapy treatments that employees can choose to take up in the workplace. This is at no cost to employers, unless they wish to contribute to the individual cost of treatment which the employee pays direct to the Practitioner.
Kinesiology is a preventative complementary therapy that can help employees deal with the undesirable effects of stress at work.
Reflexology is a relaxing treatment which treats the body through the feet reflexes and can help alleviate the effects of stress
Holistic Massage is a relaxing treatment which can help with stress, anxiety, depression, and a range of sinus related problems.
Kinesiology Training can also be provided to employees who wish to train to foundation level and use their skills to help colleagues.  Just a one-day workshop will provide basic skills to help reduce sickness absence levels.   
ALSO LIVEN UP YOUR TEAM MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES - I can take workshops of anything between 1 hour or all day to help with Goal Setting, Confidence and Self Esteem, Stress Reduction, Overcoming fears, Anxiety - all with muscle testing which your employees can learn and participate in.
My background is in HR and I am very well aware of the negative effects of stress. I am in a unique position of understanding the effects of sickness on clients, employees and employers.
 The following is taken from: http://www.hse.gov.uk/stress/why.htm
“Why Tackle Work Related Stress?

To reduce sickness absence
Work-related stress accounts for over a third of all new incidences of ill health Each case of work-related stress, depression or anxiety related ill health leads to an average of 30.6 working days lost A total of 13.5 million working days were lost to work-related stress, depression and anxiety in 2007/08
To benefit your business
As well as reducing sickness absence costs to an organisation, tackling stress can have a positive effect on:
  • Employee commitment to work
  • Staff performance and productivity
  • Staff turnover or intention to leave
  • Staff recruitment and retention
  • Customer satisfaction; and
  • Organisational image and reputation
To comply with the law
Employers have duties:
  • Under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 to assess the risk of stress-related ill health arising from work activities; and
  • Under the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 to take measures to control that risk.
    Doing a proper risk assessment for stress should help you avoid prosecution and litigation”
Contact me to discuss your requirements in more detail and find out how we can work together to reduce work place sickness absence and establish your business as one which is forward thinking and caring to employees.