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  • Great subject with lots of debate Views on the subjectHow many already invest in Health and Wellbeing of their workforce?How much do you think ill health costs the economy each year?
  • Breast Cancer Awareness/Red Nose Day etcWalking groups/Wii Fit
  • Wellbeing days fresh fruit– health incentivesBeing responsibleAwareness giving tools to change - Choice
  • Employer of Choice
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    • 1. Workplace Wellbeing
      Luxury
      or
      Necessity?
      Renée Clarke
    • 2. Who we are
      • Provider of Health and Wellbeing services
      • 3. Founder of the Workplace Wellbeing Network
      • 4. Limited company based in the Midlands
    • What we do
      We work with clients to:
      • Identify – WW Issues within the Organisation
      • 5. Implement – Strategies to improve WW
      • 6. Measure – The cost saving & improvements
    • Cost to the Economy
      • 2.2 million people suffer work related ill health
      • 7. 175 million working days lost due to sickness absence
      • 8. Costs economy £13.4 billion (2006)
      • 9. Benefit costs, additional health costs, and forgone taxes £100 billion per year (the cost of running another NHS)
      • 10. The average cost of filling a vacancy is £4,625 per employee leaving……..CIPD 2008
      Source:Dame Carol Black's Review: Working for a Healthier Tomorrow
    • 11. Cost to the Economy
      • 1 million people report sick EVERY WEEK!
      • 12. 3,000 thousand of those will remain off sickafter6 months
      • 13. 2,400 of those will not work again in the next5 years
      • 14. After6 months sickness absence, fewer than50% will ever return to the workplace
      • 15. After 2 years on Incapacity Benefit an individual is more likely toretire or die than return to work
      Source:Dame Carol Black's Review: Working for a Healthier Tomorrow
    • 16. Legal Employer Requirements
      • Sick Note to Fit Note – Statement of Fitness for Work
      • 17. Employers responsibility to carry out risk assessment
      • 18. Health & Safety Plan must include stress/wellbeing policy
    • Business Costs
      • Workplace Wellbeing Tool – Calculate the impact of sickness absence on your organisation & business case for investing
      http://www.businesslink.gov.uk
    • 19. Business effects
      • Reducedmotivation in staff
      • 20. Reducedproductivity
      • 21. Reducedcustomer service levels
      • 22. Reducedbottom line
      Are you getting the best
      out of your employee’s?
    • 23. What is Wellness
      “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”
      World Health Organisation
    • 24. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
    • 25. Physical
      Physiological needs ……..
      Healthy food
      Exercise
      Regular breaks/flexi time
      Access to clean drinking water
      Clean, healthy working environment
    • 26. Mental
      Safety needs ……..
      Policies in place
      Health champions / EAP’s
      Stress awareness
      Open communication
      Secure working environment
    • 27. Social
      Love/Belonging needs ……..
      Charity days
      Lunchtime activities
      Team building days
      Community volunteering
    • 28. Emotional
      Self-esteem ……..
      Feeling valued & cared for
      Recognition for good work
      Awareness
      Respect for oneself and others
    • 29. Realisation
      Self actualisation
      =
      Job Satisfaction
      =
      Increased performance levels
      =
      Healthy profits
    • 30. Benefits of Workplace Wellbeing
      • Employee retention
      • 31. Reduced absenteeism
      • 32. Higher performance levels
      • 33. Improves morale & motivation
      • 34. More engagement – less ‘presenteeism’
      • 35. Become an ‘employer of choice’
    • The no cost option
      Large streams from little fountains flow,
      Tall oaks from little acorns grow
      Wellbeing board – Change 4 life/BHF/awareness leaflets
      Corporate gym membership
      Walking/running clubs
      Healthy Snacks
      Smoothie days/fruity Fridays
      Water
    • 36. Wellbeing options
      Companies who engage in H & W programmes report up to a 30% return on their investment!
      Health days – Awareness Programmes
      Health checks – BP, Cholesterol, Fat %
      Training days – stress management
      Massage – stress and musculoskeletal
      Workshops – Laughter, Yoga, Zumba
    • 37. How we do it
      Events
      • Screening– Blood Pressure/BMI/Cholesterol
      • 38. Workshops – Nutrition/Backcare/Wellbeing
      • 39. Awareness – Smoking/Alcohol/Drugs advice
      • 40. Physical– Workplace Massage/Chiropractic/Physiotherapy sessions/Yoga/Belly,Bangra & Zumba
      • 41. Health Promotion – Cancer research/BHF/Healthy eating demos
    • How we do it
      Training
      • Stress Management/Resilience
      • 42. Wellness
      • 43. Nutrition
      • 44. Back Care/Posture
      • 45. Coaching Skills for managers
    • Case Studies “Healthy People = Healthy Profits” - BITC
      Foyle Food Group
      Absenteeism reduced by 15%
      Short term absence maintained at below 3%
      H & S procedure audit scores in factories improved by 20%
      Accident rates reduced by 43%
      No. of emp’s taking more than 7 days off reduced by 84%
    • 46. Case Studies “Healthy People = Healthy Profits” - BITC
      Danone UK
      Staff turnover reduced from 20% to 15%
      Business alignment & employee engagement increased 22%
      Recognised as London’s Healthiest workplace by BBC
      91% of employees would recommend Danone as place to work
      93% of employees said senior management behaved inline with company’s values
    • 47. Case Studies “Healthy People = Healthy Profits” - BITC
      Parcelforce Worldwide
      Reduced sickness absence by 1/3 saving £55 mil
      Accidents reduced by 45%, saving £440,000
      Compensation claims reduced by 2/3 saving £1mil
      Productivity increased by 12.5%
      Customer service improved by 50% & employee satisfaction increased by 1/3
      Overall, a direct investment of £2.25 million yielded
      £6 million in direct cost savings
    • 48. Going forward
      Use the tool to see how much you can save
      Register Change 4 Life employers – www.nhs.uk/change4life
      Register for BHF – Think fit - www.bhf.org.uk
      Log onto BITC – Workwell model – www.bitc.org.uk
      Make use of the Occ Health helpline- www.health4work.nhs.uk
      Small changes = big results
      make that change today and reap the rewards
    • 49. Change
      “Life can either be accepted or changed.
      If it is not accepted, it must be changed.
      If it cannot be changed, then it must be accepted.”
      Anon
      “Nobody can go back and start a new beginning,
      but anyone can start today and make a new ending” Maria Robinson
    • 50. Thank you for listening
      Renée Clarke
      Midlands Workplace Wellbeing
      t: 01562 634926
      m: 07954 41422
      e: Renee@mwwellbeing.co.uk
      A happy workforce is a productive workforce!