Wellbeing - keeping employees happy

The Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD) defines employee wellbeing as “the creation of an environment to promote a state of contentment which allows an employee to flourish and achieve their full potential for the benefit of themselves and their organisation.”

Numerous studies have shown that employers who do invest in employee wellbeing initiatives see reductions in sickness absence levels, as well as an increase in employee retention.

At Ashtons HR Consulting, we offer the following services to support your employee wellbeing initiatives:

  • strategy – our team of experienced HR Consultants can work with you to identify the most suitable employee wellbeing initiatives to support your employees while maximising your investment
  • consultancy support – we can support you in consultation exercises with employees when a wellbeing strategy is being implemented, as well as designing and undertaking surveys among staff to assess the effectiveness of the wellbeing initiatives introduced
  • leadership and management development training – we offer a range of development workshops including Mental Health Awareness and Resilience training which can be tailored to your own organisation.

To discuss how we can support you with employee wellbeing, please contact Ashtons on 0333 222 0989, complete our online enquiry form or email enquiry@ashtonshrconsulting.co.uk.

How can we help?

If you have an enquiry or you would like to find out more about our services, why not contact us?

0333 222 0989

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