£350 - £1,350
An evidence-based and approved program specialising in corporate health and wellbeing. Ocean Wellness teachers are qualified in coaching mindful resilience and wellbeing at work with SMART foundations.
We offer onsite wellbeing training and consultancy for organisations, to either groups or individuals. We are flexible in our approach and happy to discuss creative, bespoke, training and consultancy for our clients.
This program is based on the 5 Ways to Wellness Initiative (Department of Health 2009)
- Be Active
- Take Notice
- Keep Learning
Estimate ROI to UK businesses is £4.17 for every £1 spent on employee wellbeing.
Health and Wellbeing promotion at work can reduce absenteeism by 40%.
Each year 140 million working days are lost in sickness absence in the UK, costing UK businesses an estimated £29 billion.
Presenteeism – attending work while sick is valued at an average cost to employers of £605 per employee per year, due to reduced productivity and infecting colleagues.
The financial cost to British businesses of mental ill health is estimated at £26 billion per year.
Smokers sick leave and smoking breaks are estimated to cost UK business £8.7 billion per year.
High staff turnover can incur huge recruitment and training costs, on top of lost revenue while new employees reach full productivity.
Employers pay an annual bill of around £9 billion for sick pay and associated costs.
Over a quarter of the 28 million people employed in this country have a long-term condition or impairment they require support with to maximise productivity.
Evidence shows that 90% of people with common health conditions can be helped back to work following a few basic principles of good healthcare and workplace management.
“A business’s most valuable asset is, and will always be, the dedicated staff that devote themselves to delivering the work of the organisation.We know healthy and fit staff are essential to ensuring a company remains efficient and profitable… but many of us forget that unless we help them manage their health and well-being many of our workers can and will fall ill. Surveys of our workers show that they value this support of their company rather than just financial rewards. People want to perform to the best of their ability.” Professor Dame Carol Black, UK National Director for Health and Work (2006-2011)