Wellbeing and performance

A number of studies show that a workforce that is mentally and physically fit for work will be more productive. Organisations that actively promote physical and mental wellbeing at work also benefit in other ways including a more reliable and resilient workforce, better relationships at work and higher levels of performance in both quality and quantity of work produced.

work2health has been assisting employers, across all organisational types, to make an investment for health and thus maximise the performance of their employees. Our approach includes a situational analysis, advice on policies and procedures, the establishment and maintenance of proactive occupational health services, promoting lifestyle awareness and training key staff in the importance and benefits of a comprehensive approach to wellbeing at work. Underpinning our relationship with companies is our desire to create a sustainable corporate approach in which our role decreases while the role of the organisation increases over time.