Supporting you with maintaining a healthy and productive work environment, our health and wellbeing services are designed to offer impartial insights and perspectives, as well as practical support to enhance your employees wellbeing. By identifying and addressing difficulties early on, you can promote overall health and wellness, whilst reducing absenteeism and boosting productivity within your establishment.
Our employee health and wellbeing services include occupational health, mediation, employee assistance programme and staff health & wellbeing survey.
Effectively managing your staff absence is vital when ensuring staff wellbeing and positive outcomes for children. Our Occupational Health SLA, in association with TP Health, provides schools and academy trusts with unlimited pre-employment health screenings and management referrals.
The key features of our Occupational Health SLA are:
Help your staff to take control of personal difficulties with a cost-effective way of promoting staff health and wellbeing. Our Employee Assistance Programme, in partnership with Optima Health, gives your school staff access to expert advice or counselling, as appropriate.
The key features of our Employee Assistance Programme are:
Aligned with the DfE Education Staff Wellbeing Charter, we offer expert support with developing your health and wellbeing strategy to improve the wellbeing of staff in your school.
The key features of the Staff Health & Wellbeing Survey are:
Mediation is a valuable tool for establishing and developing harmonious working relationships. The involvement of an independent trained mediator can provide an outside perspective and promote fairness, making the process more acceptable to individuals. Effective mediation can help your school or academy trust to reduce staff absence, create better working relationships, increase productivity and improve staff retention.
The key features of our mediation service are:
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