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What happens when you invest in your employee’s health and wellbeing?

What happens when you invest in your employee’s health and wellbeing?

When taking on any new service, as a business owner you will always want to know what your ROI and how it will benefit your business, your customers, and your employees. 

And that’s certainly the case with workplace wellbeing.  Mindsets are shifting when it comes to workplace wellbeing and business owners are starting to take their employees mental, physical, and emotional wellbeing seriously.

The average cost to replace an employee is £30,614 (employee earning £25,000 a year or more) – so why not invest in your employees? 

Workplace wellbeing is a great way of rewarding and recognising the work your employees do and a perfect way of supporting their health and wellbeing.  There are wellbeing services for every business and budget. 

Our client, Richmond and Wandsworth Councils started a two-month trial with Hands On At Work earlier in the year and completed their own research into what effect the on-site workplace massages had on their employees.

After the two-month trial, they decided to continue working with Hands On At Work due to feedback from the employees.

What happens when you invest in your employee’s health and wellbeing?  Let us take a closer look at the results…

93% of respondents said that they were extremely satisfied with their chair massage.

Specific elements:

94.5% of respondents said they were very satisfied with the massage therapist.

81.6% were very satisfied with the materials provided.

90.8% were very satisfied with the time management.

Additionally, 91% of respondents said that having a chair massage had improved their physical/mental health at work, 83% said that having a chair massage had improved their productivity at work and 70% said their expectations of what the massage would be like were beyond met.

Things respondents liked the most about their massage:

  • The friendly massage therapist.
  • The relaxing nature of the sessions.
  • The good massages.

Things respondents would like improved:

  • Longer and more regular sessions.
  • Option for lower leg massage.

Hands On At Work provide workplace wellbeing to businesses across the UK.  From inclusion in wellbeing strategies providing different services each month, to weekly and quarterly visits to companies.  There is something for every business and budget.  Our services include, but not limited to…

  • Workplace Massage
  • Couch Massage
  • Reflexology 
  • Indian Head Massage
  • Yoga
  • Pilates
  • Meditation
  • Mindfulness
  • Men’s Health
  • Menopause
  • Nutritional webinars
  • Nourishing Diversity

If you’d like to invest in your employee’s health and wellbeing and explore the wellbeing services, we offer, contact info@handsonatwork.co.uk