Work and Wellbeing · 15 December 2017

Our new guide reveals how you can keep staff happy and healthy

Our guide covers an array of topics to do with health and wellbeing
Our guide covers an array of topics to do with health and wellbeing

Today, Business Advice publishes its new guide on workplace health and wellbeing for small businesses, in partnership with AXA PPP healthcare.

Since staff represent a small business’s most important investment, it’s crucial for owners to take the health and wellbeing of their employees seriously.

To read the full guide, click here.

Whether it’s managing staff absences, addressing issues to do with workplace stress or generally improving work-life balance, a proactive approach to workplace health and wellbeing is vital.

Our new guide tackles all manner of topics to do with workplace health and wellbeing. It takes a close look at how to keep staff happy and healthy, and advises bosses on being mindful of their employee’s mental health.

Expert commentary from AXA PPP healthcare discusses the consequences ill health can have on a workforce, and how to introduce a “culture” of wellbeing in workplaces.

Our psychology expert provides some tips for responding to employee mental health in a supportive way, and one founder explains the virtues of weekly staff happiness surveys.

This workplace health and wellbeing guide is an extension of Business Advice’s digital campaign, which brings together expert advice and shared knowledge from the UK’s community of small and micro businesses and startups.

Please take a look at our health and wellbeing hub, also in partnership with AXA PPP healthcare, to discover more.

DOWNLOAD THE GUIDE HERE

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ABOUT THE EXPERT

Fred Heritage was previously deputy editor at Business Advice. He has a BA in politics and international relations from the University of Kent and an MA in international conflict from Kings College London.

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