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Employee Wellbeing

Research has demonstrated that 55% of people experience stress from their work.  Often not only does this affect their mental health but their performance too.  Not only can stress be a hidden killer, but its cost to industry can be almost just as catastrophic.  In the UK, a total of 22.7million days are lost due to illness and sickness that are stress related.  These lost days cost the UK £3.7 billion in lost productivity.

Stress can result in common mental health problems such as anxiety and depression.  While some seek help in the form of medication, or taking time out from work, unfortunately these solutions do not address the root cause of the problem and are unlikely to result in longer lasting benefits.  Many people choose to self-medicate, relying on drugs, or more commonly, increasing amounts of alcohol to help them cope.  Before long, substance abuse quickly spirals out of control, soon becoming extremely detrimental to health, professional reliability and performance.

Those who try to carry on without any help or support, are more susceptible to a range of professional difficulties.  These range from making more mistakes and poor decisions, interpersonal conflicts, resistance to change, failing to meet targets, procrastination, reduced problem solving ability, disorganisation, time management issues, limited presenteeism, lethargy and slow working, disloyalty, resentment, hostility, negativity, clumsiness and accidents.  It is important to be alert to useful indicators like these since they can help identify staff who are feeling under pressure who could benefit from support.  Giving them the help they need is important not just for the employees but their organisations too.

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Organisations have a duty of care to protect their employees from undue stress and burnout.  Ignoring the problem can not only put the heath and welfare of their staff in jeopardy but leave themselves open to lost productivity, poorer work relationships, lower morale, higher absenteeism levels, potential litigation, negative publicity, poorer staff retention, higher recruitment costs, all of which can negatively impact profit levels.  Furthermore, the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations Act 1999 stipulate that all employers have a legal obligation to ensure the health, safety and welfare at work of their employees. This includes taking the necessary steps to prevent stress related illness.  Here at All Within The Mind, a range of solutions are available to help support your staff fight stress and improve their emotional resilience.   In addition to 1:1 support, our team delivers group workshops which specifically address the following issues:

What can CBT be used for?

  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Emotional resilience building
  • Mindfulness
  • Relaxation
  • Creating a better work/life balance
  • Assertiveness and communication skills
  • Public speaking skills
  • Mental Health Awareness for Managers

Alternative topics are available upon request. Workshops can be delivered either in-house or from our own carefully selected venues and can be tailored to suit your requirements. Please contact us for further details.
With our help, your organisation can benefit from improved productivity, and fewer days lost through common problems such as depression, anxiety and stress. Your team’s enthusiasm can be reignited, and engagement levels improved as passion and purpose is restored. Invest in your staff’s wellbeing today!