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What is Employee Wellbeing Solutions?

You have been signed up by your employer for you to have access to the Employee Wellbeing Solutions 24/7, 365 days of the year. So what is it?

To access it, scroll down and press the 'Log In Here' button. Use your email address you have given your employer, or you can sign in using your usual google sign in.

This platform is best viewed via desktop or tablet but can be accessible via phone.


Keeping you as an employee healthy means you don’t miss work as often. And second, healthy employees result in lower healthcare costs which equals lower insurance premiums for your employers.

You can discover how to reclaim your body, your energy, and your thirst for life in just 30 minutes time as well as get your mojo back for producing your best work to date.


What is Workplace Wellbeing?

Workplace Wellbeing can be defined as so many things but there is a difference between wellbeing and employee wellbeing. Employee wellbeing refers to the overall physical, mental, and emotional wellness of you as an employee.

To sustain a healthy workplace environment, employee wellbeing needs to be at the heart of the business. 79% of people are affected by work related stress, with around 17 million working days per year lost to stress, anxiety or depression. 


How your employer can support you.

Did you know it is estimated that 1 in 6 people in the past week experienced a common mental health problem... It can cause... FURTHER ISSUES! 

Employee Wellbeing Solutions helps to give you improved productivity, have a healthy work/life balance and improve overall performance within the workplace.


Results Driven Program

This program not only drives you to have a better outlook on life, it really gets to the nitty gritty of your mental and physical wellbeing though different tools and techniques which you are able to bring into the workplace. It helps to support you as an employee through tough times, whether that's mental or physical which in turn drives better results both in the workplace and at home.


Connections within the workplace

Did you know that women in full-time employment are nearly twice as likely to have a common mental health problem as full-time employed men. This program allows all employees to find the relationships and connections they need to get back on track. It helps them to build a sense of belonging and self worth. It helps to build self confidence, self esteem, build a sense of purpose and learn new skills. It creates positive feelings and a sense of reward giving them a feeling of purpose and self-worth. This all contributes to a better overall workplace and employee happiness.

Employee Wellbeing Management

Are your employees struggling to stay motivated; feel anxious and are depressed, or they feel completely fed up with feeling sluggish and tired?

Being sat at their desks for too long which brings on lower back, pelvic pain, stress in the shoulders, neck and they find it hard to switch off?

Their work input is slowly decreasing due to sick days or mental health days spent at home?



Six Dimension's Of Wellbeing

There are 6 pillars to the wellbeing dimensions to help you thrive in all areas of your life. These are:


Mental wellbeing enables people to cope with the stresses of life, realise their abilities, learn well and work well. It is an integral component of health and well-being that underpins our individual and collective abilities to make decisions and build relationships within the workplace and beyond.


Physical wellbeing is the ability to maintain a healthy quality of life that allows us to get the most out of our daily activities without undue fatigue, physical stress or depression.


Emotional refers to how a person thinks and feels. It's the ability to acknowledge and cope with both positive and negative emotions.
It also refers to how well people are able to accept and manage their emotions and cope with challenges throughout life including their work.


Occupational wellbeing is the ability to achieve a balance between work and leisure in a way that promotes health, a sense of personal satisfaction and is financially rewarding. It allows the person to be unique and find their personal talents as well as be able to speak freely confidently.


Social wellbeing is building and maintaining healthy relationships and having meaningful, authentic interactions with others in the workplace. This is made up of the people around each person. Peers, mentors, faculty, family and colleagues. It is having a sense of belonging while valuing diversity.


Spiritual Wellbeing is about a sense of connection to those things that give us meaning and purpose in life. The universe is always on hand for support in many different ways both natural and expanses of life.

Benefit's of Employee Wellbeing Solutions within your organisation

Having employee wellness programs within the workplace have various benefits that impact your employers organisation and you as an employee.


Increased employee focus and engagement 

You as an employee are focused and stress free, meaning more engagement and output there is from each member of the team. The program offers sleep, nutrition, movement, meditations and so much more, allowing your mind to be a lot more focused on the job in hand.


Focused employee health both in the mind and body

This allows better food choices from the mind, allowing a better output from the start of the morning until late in the evening without seeing that 3pm slump. Less blood sugar spikes, and much more education focused on healthy eating habits as well as movement benefits all resulting in better choices, more energy and a lot less burnout.


Lower health insurance costs for the company

Employees on any wellbeing program will have a better mindset, resulting in less stress, anxiety, more motivation and a better outlook on life, resulting in so much more productivity, lower healthcare costs and less paid sick days. A win win for any business. For example Google reported a 50% reduction in healthcare costs for employees participating in their wellbeing program.


Stress and anxiety reduction

Better decision making, better morale and better brain to paper decisions all help to reduce stress and anxiety. By having the right stress and anxiety management tools for you, this allows for so much better productivity all round.


Attracting the right person for the job role

If you are new to the company, having a wellbeing program that your company offers, attracts the right kind's of people for the job role they are offering. It gives you as an employee an incentive to join a great company where you are well looked after.


Improved attendance

By increasing and prioritising wellbeing, movement, stress management and so much more through the Employee Wellbeing Solutions, increased attendance has made companies see a rise in productivity, happiness and above all more productive days in the office.

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Key components of wellbeing

There are 6 pillars to the wellbeing components which keep the wellbeing cogs in motion


Getting enough exercise into your daily routine helps your serotonin and dopamine hormones (mood, sleep, calming, pleasure, satisfaction, motivation) as well as endorphins (happy hormones) to stay high. This allows you to feel happier and calmer throughout your day as well as weight loss and reduces heart diseases and stress levels.


By moving your body each day for around 30 minutes, it allows the process to keep your body calm and rested, rather than in fight or flight response in the nervous system. It reduces stress levels, keep you level headed and also reduces the risks of cancer and heart disease.


Getting a good quality nights sleep, allows your brain to be in the REM (Rapid  Brain Movement) sleep cycle, which is where your brain is more active. This allows the body to release hormones during sleep that help repair cells and control the body's use of energy. You wake up feeling refreshed and alert. It is also associated with better mental health and a stronger immune system.


Eating the right nutritious foods and making sure you are hydrated will make your employees more productive at work. Good nutrition helps to balance the right hormones to reduce stress, anxiety and depression. Lower sugar intake and consuming more healthy foods including healthy fats, vitamins and minerals can have a profound effect on mental and physical wellbeing.

Fresh Air

Oxygen consumption should always be on the highest priority. Low levels of oxygen in your blood can causes symptoms of headaches, difficulty concentrating and fatigue. Getting outside and breathing in fresh air all helps to reduce this and lowers stress levels significantly. Being around nature and seeing the colour green allows the nervous system to regulate resulting in a more calmer, more productive you.


There are several ways that spirituality can support your wellbeing. You may feel a higher sense of purpose, peace, hope, and meaning. You may experience better confidence, self-esteem, and self-control. It can help you make sense of your experiences in life and in the workplace.

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Employee wellbeing ideas for you to use right now

Wellbeing ideas within the workplace to incorporate during the time spent at work

Here are some cost effective wellbeing ideas to kickstart your wellbeing solutions


Get out and get some fresh air

The more you get outside of the office and breathe in fresh clean air, the more productive you will feel and be. Breathe correctly using the Box Breathing technique or Square Breathing technique - Inhale for 4 counts, hold for 4 counts, exhale for 4 counts and hold for 4 counts, Repeat this 4 times.


Meetings out in nature

Maybe once or twice a week have your daily meetings outside in nature or a park nearby. Go for a walk, get outside if you are working from home and listen in via headphones and not on screens.


Get your employer to do team building exercises 

Ask your employer to build this into your weekly schedule for you to have a run club or walking club. Ask them to organise a walk in the park or a picnic once a month to keep morale high. 


Have scheduled screen breaks

Coming away from the screen allows you to focus more on the job in hand without getting headaches, feeling stressed or anxious. If its built into the day, things run more smoothly. Try for a walk around the office or a 5 minute screen break every hour.

Maybe have a designated no screen working zone and comfy chairs or bean bags scattered around to feel more of a relaxed atmosphere.


Add a wellness board

Anyone is allowed to use this board for when they feel inspiration. Add lots of motivational quotes or having this as an area to doodle. 


Encourage healthy eating 

If you have snacks within your workplace, encourage each other to be healthy, e.g. fruit or veg snacks. Ask your employer to change the vending machine for whole foods and decrease the amount of coffee on tap. Have different nutrition days so maybe each member of staff brings in different dishes each day, e.g. Mindful Mondays meaning bring in healthy snacks, or Wholesome Wednesdays, brining in whole foods and not processed.


Encourage mindfullness 

Each day during lunchtime have a mindfullness moment or put on a meditation so you can take time away from your screen and be in the present moment. Bring in EFT Tapping (Emotional Freedom Technique) to bring the nervous system into rest and digest not fight or flight.


Flexible hours

Ask your employer to take time if you need it for school drops off, picks ups, dental, doctors appointments or just to have flexible working hours within the 24 hour day for you to work around work.


Invest in Ergonomics

Do you feel physical pain and ask your employers to adapt your work station to avoid this. Do you have standing desks, wrist mice and stands? Ask your employer to maybe add even a treadmill to put under the standing desks or a Swiss ball (gym ball) for you to sit on if working seated. (Techno-Gym do this for their employees). 


Start a daily gratitude practice

Maybe get your employer to start  a daily gratitude email which will boost morale and allow you to come to your employers with anything you feel you cant usually say. Have it so that you can write on the wellbeing board, your gratitude for the day or even better at the beginning of any meeting, go around the office and state one thing each person is grateful for. That's really opens up so much more conversation.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)


I'd like to talk to someone about personal things, who can I talk to?

You can talk to Gemma our qualified Yoga, Breathwork and Meditation facilitator either as a 1:1 or in a group setting. Gemma is also a sex and relationship coach so you can arrange a meeting with her abotu that whenever you need to.

I'm often overwhelmed and tired. Why is this? 
It may be a number of reasons but could be lack of quality sleep due to stress. Nervous system deregulation and overworked. By participating in the Employee Wellbeing Solutions program, you can find all the tool to help you regulate your sleep and your nervous system.

How quickly will I see results?
Many users feel more confident from the very first session, with regular practice and knowledge bringing lasting and noticeable improvements.

Is anyone available to speak to at any point?

Yes, you can email, text or phone Gemma our wellbeing facilitator.

Is set up easy?

Yes, we give you a log in and you can access straight away to get you off to the best start within the program.

What is Holistic wellbeing?

Holistic health is an approach to wellness that simultaneously addresses the physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual components of health. As a field of practice, holistic medicine draws from many disciplines, religions, and cultures to heal people, communities, and even the environment.

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A wellbeing platform to help you grow as an employees so you can go from strength to strength

Reinvigorate yourself as an employee using Employee Wellbeing Solutions to move you from burnt out to calm in a matter of minutes. 

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