We help companies protect the mental and physical wellbeing of their employees. Our portfolio of online and in-person training modules, courses, webinars, and bespoke consultancy has assisted companies across the UK with promoting positive work environments in which employees can thrive. Mental and physical wellbeing in the workplace has never
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Health and Wellbeing Training Services
Thrive4Life offer a wide portfolio of corporate wellbeing training services, including stress and mental health management training for line managers, Mental Health First Aider (MHFA) and Wellbeing Champion training for staff, to help drive the cause of health and wellbeing in the workplace. Line managers and employees often lack the training
Health and Wellbeing Promotion Services
Yet most employers lack awareness of how to promote a positive work culture among staff, support those struggling with poor mental and physical health, and where to start looking for external support. Our Health and Wellbeing Promotion Services will assist with promoting awareness in the workplace by making information, tools and support
Mental Health First Aid Course
The Mental Health First Aid Refresher course is available for delegate groups from your organisation, on a date and time to suit you. The course is priced at £1250 + VAT and this allows up to 25 of your MHFA delegates to be refreshed. “I’ve noticed a significant increase in the number of people contacting me for mental health related
Training for Line Managers: Managing Stress & Mental …
Introduction to mental health; The prevalence of mental ill-health cases at work; Legal obligations of employers regarding mental ill-health; The role of managers in managing employee mental health; The “business case” for managing stress and mental health (the cost and implications of presenteeism, absenteeism, staff turnover and productivity)
Educational Wellbeing Talks and Webinars
Our educational livestreamed talks connect your employees to leading health and wellbeing experts with the aim of empowering them to lead healthier and more productive work lives. Each talk includes: Livestreaming access for all staff. Recording of talk for your staff intranet. Highlights summary handout. All talks include time at the end for a
How does health and wellbeing support recruitment
Thrive4Life has over 30 years’ experience of delivering specialist health, safety and wellbeing guidance across many industries. For more information about its services and training courses get in touch or email [email protected] or call us on 020 8972 9675.
Managing Video Calls for Employee Health and Wellbeing
Firstly, your concentration is more likely to wane because there are more distractions at home than in your workplace. Naturally, therefore, you have to use a higher level of concentration to stay on track within the call. Secondly, this increased effort occurs because you have to really focus on body language and tone of voice in a video call
Supporting yourself and colleagues this World Mental …
This Sunday 10th October 2021 is World Mental Health Day, an initiative recognised by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as an opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of attending to the mental health and wellbeing of yourself and others. The theme for this year set by the World Federation for Mental Health is “Mental Health in
Spotting chronic stress and poor mental health in your staff
According to the World Health Organisation, around 1 in 4 people worldwide will be affected by mental illness at some point in their lives. At the moment, there are around 450 million people who suffer from conditions such as chronic stress and poor mental health, anxiety and depression, placing mental illness among the biggest causes of ill health across the globe.
One-to-one DSE Workstation Assessments
The DSE Workstation Assessment process is designed to reduce the risk of work-based injuries and help employers meet their duty of care to ensure the health and wellbeing of staff. Our assessments take approximately 30 minutes to complete, with the option of an enhanced “in-depth” DSE assessment for users with specific medical/physical
Importance of Workplace Wellbeing Champions
Importance of Workplace Wellbeing Champions - Thrive4Life. National conversations have taken significant strides in foregrounding the impacts of employee wellbeing on business productivity, society, and the economy more broadly. Focusing on mental health aspects alone, a 2020 Deloitte study identified an annual cost to employers of up to £45
Looking after your non-COVID-19 health
As news sources have placed increasing emphasis on the impact of the pandemic on people’s health, non-COVID-19 health issues have somewhat receded from the spotlight, but they have not disappeared. Waiting times for medical treatment have reached record highs, and thousands have had difficulties in accessing GP services. This is indicative of
Celebrating National Eye Health Awareness Week
This National Eye Health Awareness Week (20-26 September 2021) is an opportunity for businesses to show their support for one of the most important body parts utilised in the carrying out of everyday work: your eyes! The week-long initiative is intended to promote awareness about all aspects of eye health and the urgent need for regular eye tests.
Racial Equity and Mental Health in the Workplace
On the other hand, Sunday 10 October 2021 was World Mental Health Day, with this year’s theme being “Mental Health in an Unequal World”. One of the purposes of the theme was to draw attention to the ways mental health manifests unevenly in a world shaped by inequality on the grounds of race, gender and class, among other factors.
World Health Day
World Health Day is a global health awareness day celebrated every year on 7 April, under the sponsorship of the World Health Organization (WHO). Over the past 50 years, this ‘awareness day’ has shone a light on numerous important public health concerns in the world, such as mental health, child poverty, and climate change. The celebration
Women's health Archives
Women's health RECAP: Thrive4Life’s webinar for Women’s Health with Prof Lesley Regan A huge thank you from Thrive4Life to Dame Professor Lesley Regan and Dr Varsha Jain for their incredibly insightful discussion regarding women’s health and wellbeing, held on Tuesday 8th March (International Women’s Day).
Putting the 'MEN' into Mental Health
Peter Baker‘s experience in the men’s health field is unique – for 12 years, he was Chief Executive of the Men’s Health Forum, England and Wales’ leading men’s health charity. He was also health editor of a popular men’s magazine, has authored two self-help books for men, and was launch editor of the www.malehealth.co.uk website.