Day-to-Day Wellbeing Guidance

What is day-to-day wellbeing guidance?

Whilst business owners and managers are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of employee wellbeing, particularly post-lockdown, they may lack the knowledge or experience to confidently deal with such issues on a day-to-day basis.

Consequently, it can be useful to have readily available access to a specialist in this area who can provide ad-hoc advice, suggest possible courses of action, or simply act as a ‘sounding board’.

Why is day-to-day wellbeing guidance important?

Dealing with employee wellbeing issues can often be extremely challenging for business owners and managers, since it may require having a difficult conversation about sensitive personal topics with someone in an heightened state of emotion.

In addition, many workplace wellbeing issues are affected by legislation, such as the Equality Act 2010 or the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, making them appear to be a legal minefield.

And that’s even if a particular issue can be recognised as fundamentally a wellbeing one at all. Often they initially manifest as something else entirely, such as excessive absence or poor performance, which may lead to a heavy-headed disciplinary response, rather than a more appropriate pastoral one.

Consequently, it is tempting to adopt a ‘head in the sand’ approach, and not do anything for fear of getting it wrong.

Nevertheless, wellbeing issues tend to get progressively worse if they’re not dealt with in a timely manner.

How we can help you with day-to-day wellbeing guidance?

We have a whole team of qualified and experienced specialists available to advise on day-to-day wellbeing related issues, covering such areas as mental health, HR & employment law, management training, and personal development.

We can provide telephone, email, video-conference, and in-person support.

We have our own conveniently located and fully-accesible physical offices, complete with private meeting rooms.

We offer a simple, transparent, and cost-effective pay-as-you-go (PAYG) pricing model, with absolutely no contractual tie-ins or commitment to regular monthly payments.

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