How we help both colleagues and clients to be their best is an evolving discipline. These are some of the latest service announcements with boosting worker wellbeing as their central aim.
1. Amey and Mace employees are to get Peppy’s menopause service
What is it? A digital platform connecting users directly to specialist menopause experts via one-to-one chat, group chat or video consultation, or through a library of free events, videos and articles. Users can discuss symptoms, treatment options and receive support from real-life experts to choose options for their menopause transition.
Why should I be interested? Women of menopausal age are the fastest-growing demographic of the UK workforce, yet one in 10 consider leaving employment due to menopause symptoms. This support can help women avoid their careers being derailed by changes to their health. This week, Amey and Mace announced their offering of this service to their employees.
Check it out: Peppy
2. DeltaNet is offering International Mental Health and Wellbeing eLearning
What is it? eLearning courses to help companies support their employees’ mental health and wellbeing.
Why should I be interested? Mental ill-health is an increasing concern for many employees. Being trained in how best to manage and support these employees is a key demand for team managers and employers. These courses approach health from a holistic viewpoint, focusing on mental and physical wellbeing, such as general wellbeing, healthy lifestyles and stress management.
Check it out: DeltaNet International
3. Charter seeks to demonstrate a corporate commitment to worker wellbeing
What is it? The Workplace Wellbeing Charter aims to be an accreditation standard for workplace wellbeing. You complete a self-assessment, before [email protected] Consultancy Services (the organisation behind the charter) sends a consultant to visit your workplace, carries out interviews, conducts a site tour and assesses your evidence against its standards.
Why should I be interested? [email protected] Consultancy Services say more than a thousand organisations have its accreditation, so it could be a valuable benchmark. "You’ll be making a real commitment to improving the health and wellbeing of your workforce, while also making your organisation an employer for choice for prospective employees."
Check it out: Workplace Wellbeing Charter