Smart employers understand that their company operates better when their staff are healthy, motivated, and focused – and this can be achieved by companies promoting employee wellbeing. Over 60% of employees state that they would feel more motivated and more likely to recommend their company as a good place to work if their employer took action to support employee’s mental wellbeing, and the great thing is that promoting employee wellbeing is not only the right thing to do but can be incredibly easy too.

How to Promote Wellbeing in the Work Place

If you are currently looking to promote employee wellbeing in your workplace, here are just a few ideas:


It is important for you to talk with all team members regularly, seeing how they are doing and identifying any possible causes of stress – You can do this by organising individual catch ups with staff members or opting to include a section focusing on mental health in your team meetings. You should focus on two-way communication, making sure that employees feel as though they can talk to you if anything is affecting their wellbeing at work.

Work/Life Balance

 A poor work/life balance can quickly lead to employees feeling stressed. This can be avoided by encouraging employees to work sensible hours, take full lunch breaks, rest and recuperate after busy periods and take their full annual leave entitlement.

Learning and Development

Employees should feel valued and always supported. You can promote employee wellbeing by investing in your employees’ skills and allowing them to constantly learn and develop so that they don’t get stuck in a rut.  You should provide staff with development opportunities where possible.

Building Working Relationships

Employee wellbeing can be created across an entire workforce when you focus on allowing employees to build positive relationships with one another. This can be achieved by encouraging teamwork and collaboration, promoting positive behaviours to avoid conflict, ensuring strict policies on bullying and harassment are in place and encouraging exercise and regular social events and team building activities.

Here to Help

These are only some of the ways that you can promote employee wellbeing in your workplace too – there are many more tips available and if you would like to discuss this or anything else work/recruitment related with our team we are here to help. You can call our team at a time that is convenient for you on 0203 9841080 or alternatively you can submit any queries here –






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