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For the Workplace

Working life can be very stressful.


In fact, it’s the most stressful factor in people’s lives, according to a study by the mental health charity, Mind, with 34% saying that their work life is either “very” or “quite” stressful.

Organisations can play a pivotal role in how they manage their employees’ mental wellbeing – there is lots that can, and should, be done.

Picture of hands at the workplace, representing workplace wellbeing and stress management at work


An effective wellbeing programme makes good business sense

  • Engaged employees take half as many sick days per year as disengaged employees
  • Engaged employees are 87% less likely than disengaged employees to leave their employer
  • The single greatest driver of employee engagement (out of 75) is the extent to which employees believe that management sincerely cares about their wellbeing


Implementing a programme for staff wellbeing reduces sick leave and enhances staff loyalty and performance. It really does make good business sense.

Talk for Health provides long-term solutions for workplace wellbeing


There are a number of ways that Talk for Health can help with managing wellbeing in the workplace. Our solutions don’t just have to be short-term: we can help teach participants how to set up their own ongoing support groups. This creates a self-sustaining circle of peer support and mentoring within the organisation, making sure the value-add goes on and on.

For details, please get in touch via our contact page.