Supporting organisations with tailored programs to address the realities of the modern corporate landscape where employee well-being is not merely a luxury but a strategic necessity.
We work with organisations of all sizes and shapes, helping staff across the board from business leaders to administration.
Strategic HR Solutions: Unlock the full potential of your workforce through cutting-edge HR strategies. From burnout prevention to conflict resolution, our services are designed to optimise human capital and foster wellbeing and a thriving workplace culture.
In-House Counselling Service: Prioritise the mental and emotional health of your team with our confidential in-house counselling services. By providing a safe space for employees to navigate personal and professional challenges, we contribute to a resilient and engaged workforce.
Focus Burnout Prevention and Stress Management
In the UK, an estimated 13.7 million workdays are lost every year due to work-related stress, anxiety, and depression, costing £28.3 billion in lost productivity according to NICE.
A leading cause is burnout, which has skyrocketed to record levels in the past year. An analysis of 382,000 employee reviews, revealed an increase of 48% in employees reporting burnout according to a 2022 Glassdoor’s research. These numbers are corroborated by research conducted by Westfield Health that suggests almost half (46%) of UK employees are close to burnout.
Comparing responses to the COVID-19 pandemic across the UK, researchers found those who have worked from home for the last 18 months are more likely to feel at risk of burnout (50%) than those who have been going to a workplace (41%).
The age group most likely to be affected by stress is 18 to 34 year olds, followed closely by adults aged 35-49.
Burnout prevention is crucial for HR as it directly impacts both individual employees and the overall health of the organisation through:
- Employee Wellbeing
- Retention and Recruitment
- Productivity and Performance
- Organisational Culture
- Cost Savings
- Legal and Ethical Considerations
- Employee Engagement
- Leadership Development
In-House Counselling to accompany your PMI
PMI, Private medical insurance is for many employees a determining factor in deciding between companies during a career change. However, when it comes to mental health support PMI’s often fall short.
Many PMI’s have significant restrictions and limitation to access, which are often only revealed when most needed leaving employees and HR with very limited support in dire times and companies with unhappy, less resourceful staff.
Having worked in the corporate world myself, I know in my own skin of the pressures and stress that can arise from trying to meet expectations and maintaining a good work-life balance.
In situations where motivation is low and pressure is high, difficulties are most effectively addressed with an approach that combines a solution focus with a relational exploration. Recent adaptations of the NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) guidelines have taken this need into account to include evidence-based relational therapies.
Our confidential one-to-one online In-House Counselling service offers this approach based on my accumulated experience of working in private practice and in the NHS.
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