Health Matters NI Launches Health And Wellbeing Service For Businesses

Health Matters NI have announced a health and wellbeing support service for businesses in the Belfast, Southern and South Eastern Trust areas, supported by the Public Health Agency.

The programme will include:

• mentoring and support from an experienced workplace health and wellbeing coordinator

• a health and wellbeing survey which identifies employee health and wellbeing needs

• an automated report detailing current workplace health and wellbeing needs for employers and personal health profiles for employees

• provision of resources such as action plan templates, guides, questionnaires and literature
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• a number of health and wellbeing talks and services delivered by our specialist coordinators for your staff

• health champion training for an individual or two within your business to act as health ambassadors

• award ceremony in recognition of workplace health and wellbeing success

Businesses can expect the following benefits:

• improved employee morale

• increased productivity

• reduction in staff turnover

• reduction in illness-related absence

• increased quality of products and services

• improved corporate social responsibility

• improved public image (This can also be used as an excellent PR opportunity)

The programme is now open for applications and the closing date is 30 June 2017.


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