Wellness at work

How do you empower your staff to be the best they possibly can be?

Encourage work-life balance and provide them with a well-structured, workplace wellness program.

You may feel it is your employee’s responsibility to look after their health and wellbeing but considering they spend approximately 65% of their time at work, you have a great opportunity to help them be as healthy and productive as possible.

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Why should I consider this?

Absenteeism, presenteeism and stress cost the Australian economy billions of dollars each year and chronic disease and an aging workforce pose a growing concern for all Australian employers.

Unhealthy employees take on average nine days more sick leave compared with healthy employees (Medibank Private, 2005. The health of Australia’s Workforce).

What’s the benefit to me?

Healthy Australian employees are almost three times more productive than their unhealthy colleagues (Medibank Private, 2005. The health of Australia’s Workforce).

For every dollar invested in workplace health and wellbeing programs there is a return on investment of between three and six dollars (Bellew, B. 2008. Primary prevention of chronic disease in Australia through interventions in the workplace setting: a rapid report).

Who have I worked with before?

The Gordon TAFE College, Crimestoppers. Tourism Geelong, Geelong City Council, RMIT University, City of Yarra, Aus Super, Vic Police, Public Transport Ombudsman.

What I can help you with?

I offer tailored solutions for your corporate, business or community setting.

My services include:

  • consultancy
  • facilitation
  • coaching
  • advice, and
  • support

“Create a culture that encourages and nurtures your most important asset!”