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How To Incorporate Wellbeing into your Workplace

The cost to business and the economy of sickness absence and under performance at work is huge. It’s also worth noting that more than a third of absences are stress related. An important UK survey showed that only 2-in-5 employees are working at peak performance.

Investing in employees’ health and wellbeing can only be positive for businesses and the people who keep them running. Make wellbeing a priority for a more positive, healthy and committed workforce. (And don’t forget yourself.)

Here are a few tips:

Ways to incorporate wellbeing into your workplace

  • Add wellbeing into performance management templates, so it’s automatically part of the conversation in regular catch-ups between managers and staff
  • Give employees credit for speaking up if they’re feeling stressed, overwhelmed, anxious or depressed
  • Embed wellbeing elements into company conferences and days out
  • Give employees more control over how their training and development budget is used and actively encourage participation in wellbeing-related courses and activities
  • Promote flexible working to staff at all levels and areas of responsibility
  • Ensure everyone takes proper breaks and encourage activity during break times


Expertise to give you a helping hand

For around 30 years, CountryPlace Conference Centre, in Melbourne’s beautiful Dandenong Ranges, has been working closely with PA’s to run successful business events. This experience has enabled us to provide a useful handbook of ideas, great articles and tips on how to effectively manage your time, plan your day, look after yourself and organise meetings.

From planning your day, managing your diary to finding a suitable meeting venue, we hope this resource will be of real value to you.

Help is at hand

Our Helpful Handbook for PA’s has lots more on workplace wellbeing including lifting your performance, motivation, mental health, and more. The handbook also offers advice on diary management, personal styling, time management considerations, understanding dietary complexities, PA networking, dealing with difficult colleagues at work and lots, lots more.

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