Physical wellbeing links with environmental, social and mental wellbeing. Workplace environment – for example, everything from ergonomics to biodiversity can impact physical wellbeing. Activities that promote physical wellbeing can also promote social wellbeing. Poor physical wellbeing is often associated with poor mental wellbeing and vice versa.
Improving the mental and physical wellbeing of employees make sound financial sense. An ERS Research & Consultancy report determined lost UK businesses around £29bn per year from absenteeism of others who fall ill for various reasons and miss work, with the average worker taking 6.6 days off per annum as a result of getting sick.
At The Watercooler you’ll be able to explore
your wellbeing strategy
Free to attend sessions include:
Case Study: Effectively Promoting and Communicating the Benefits of Physical Wellbeing
Case Study: Supporting Your Employees' Emotional Health: The Benefits of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and How it Aids Physical Wellbeing
Case Study: Implementing a Bespoke and Sustainable Wellbeing Programme to Support Human Performance