There has been a rise of 122% in reported workplace illness, with 1.3 million people each year suffering work-related ill health. Some of the health concerns experienced include stress and lifestyle related diseases such as cardiovascular disease.

A corporate wellbeing strategy does not just manage ill health - its measurable benefits include:

  • Improving productivity
  • Gaining competitive advantage
  • Managing absenteeism
  • Providing a return on investment.

Investing in corporate wellbeing can put you at the top of the list as an employer of choice.

We can help you build a corporate wellbeing programme that actively reduces your employees' health risks, improves quality of life both at work and home, and delivers a tangible benefit to your organisation's bottom line. It's all part of the Nuffield Health service.

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