The focus on safe and healthy
workplaces is growing

The importance and benefit of health and wellbeing programs in the workplace is heavily documented. But since the major disruptions we experienced in 2020, there has been a renewed focus on mental health and team wellbeing, and an expectation for organisation to put value on humans and invest in the health of their people.

Supporting team wellbeing is widely considered a must, and without it not only do employees show lower satisfaction and performance, but organisations often suffer reputational damage, low productivity, and poor staff retention.

Data shows that an effective corporate wellness and wellbeing program can lead to fewer sick days, happier employees with higher job satisfaction and fulfilment, greater innovation, staff retention and development and deliver a 500% return on every dollar spent.