There are many benefits of creating a culture of wellbeing and health in a working environment. When integrated properly, wellness activities can help improve the health and productivity of employees, as well as helping to cut healthcare costs, sick leave, absenteeism and presenteeism.
According to a WHO review of effective interventions on diet and physical activity (WHO,2009), multi-component programmes, such as healthy eating, exercise facilities and self learning are recommended for the workplace.
As stated in “A Healthy Weight for Ireland – Obesity Policy & Action Plan 2016 – 2025” developed by the Dept. of Health, a “whole of society” approach to health and wellbeing is vital in the effort to help prevent ill health and chronic disease. The Dept. of Health specifically identifies the workplace as one of eight sectors outlined to play an active leadership role in the prevention and management of obesity.
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D McKenna - EHS, Dell EMC
"Their dynamic team are flexible and of high quality standard. The service they provide allows for easy accessibility, increased engagement and a variety of exercise plans to choose from"
Brian Collins - VHI
"The flexibility of Wellness at Work helped to make these programmes a success, and I found Ciara and Domal to be very honest and practical in their approach to facilitating the various on site wellness services that were implemented"
Wellness programmes provide a systematic approach to managing health by incorporating education, guidance and training. Our programmes are flexible and adaptable to the needs of your organisation.Download