Employee wellbeing refers to the state of physical, mental, and emotional health of individuals in the workplace.

It encompasses various aspects of an employee’s overall well-being and quality of life, including their physical health, mental well-being, job satisfaction, work-life balance, and sense of purpose and fulfilment in their work.

Employee wellbeing recognizes that employees are not just productive resources but human beings with diverse needs and experiences. It acknowledges that when employees are healthy, happy, and supported, they are more engaged, motivated, and likely to perform at their best.

Promoting employee wellbeing is not only beneficial for individuals but also for organizations. When employees are well and thriving, they are more likely to be productive, creative, and committed to their work. It can lead to increased employee retention, reduced absenteeism, improved team dynamics, and a positive organizational culture.

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  • Stress Risk Assessments

  • Pregnancy Risk Assessments

  • Long term sickness back to work plan

  • Employee wellbeing management plan

Who is it for?

Wellbeing is a fundamental aspect of human life, and it is relevant to everyone, regardless of their occupation, age, or background. All Organisations can benefit from prioritising their employee’s wellbeing.

What do we offer!

Stress risk assessmentsalso known as workplace stress assessments or stress audits, are tools used by organizations to identify and evaluate potential stressors in the workplace that may impact employee well-being. These assessments aim to proactively manage and mitigate stress-related risks to create a healthier and more supportive work environment. Here’s an overview of the process involved in conducting stress risk assessments.

Pregnancy Risk Assessmentspregnancy risk assessments, are conducted in the workplace to identify and manage any potential risks to the health and safety of pregnant employees and employees who have recently given birth. These assessments aim to ensure that appropriate measures are in place to protect the well-being of pregnant individuals and their unborn child.

Long term sickness back to work plan – When an employee is on long-term sickness leave and ready to return to work, it is important to have a well-thought-out plan in place to facilitate their smooth transition back into the workplace.

Employee wellbeing management planDeveloping an employee wellbeing management plan involves outlining strategies and initiatives to prioritize and support the well-being of employees within an organization.


Those suffering from workrelated stress, depression or anxiety.

Working Days

Are lost due to work-related stress, depression and anxiety.

Billion Annual Costs

New cases of work-relate ill health.

BTG Safety Wellbeing – Example

Wellbeing – Example

Emily works for a fast-paced and demanding company that values productivity over employee well-being. Over time, she becomes overwhelmed by excessive workloads, tight deadlines, and a lack of support from her superiors. Despite expressing her concerns about the workload and its impact on her mental health, the company fails to address the issue.

As a result of the persistent stress and pressure, Emily’s mental health deteriorates, leading to burnout and anxiety. Eventually, her condition reaches a point where she is unable to cope with her responsibilities effectively. She experiences sleep disturbances, panic attacks, and a decline in her overall well-being.


I cannot imagine there is a better consultancy out there to assist in bridging the gap within Health, Safety & Wellbeing. A unique approach certainly benefited us on a large-scale project in 2022

Nick Hallam, Murphy group

FAQs about Wellbeing

When should a pregnancy risk assessment be conducted?2023-07-12T13:44:17+00:00

Pregnancy risk assessments should ideally be conducted as soon as the employer becomes aware of an employee’s pregnancy or shortly after the employee notifies the employer about their pregnancy. Early assessments allow for timely identification and implementation of necessary measures to protect the employee’s health.

What are some common indicators of employee wellbeing?2023-07-12T13:43:51+00:00

Common indicators of employee wellbeing include high job satisfaction, low stress levels, work-life balance, positive mental health, healthy lifestyle behaviours, strong social connections at work, and a sense of purpose and fulfilment in their work.

What can organizations do to promote employee wellbeing?2023-07-12T13:43:28+00:00

Organizations can promote employee wellbeing by creating a supportive work environment, offering wellness programs, providing access to mental health resources, fostering work-life balance, promoting a culture of open communication, recognizing and rewarding employees, and offering professional development opportunities.

Why is employee wellbeing important?2023-07-12T13:43:02+00:00

Employee wellbeing is important because it directly impacts employee engagement, productivity, job satisfaction, and overall organizational success. When employees are physically and mentally well, they are more likely to perform at their best, exhibit higher levels of engagement, and have lower rates of absenteeism and turnover.

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