Good Food Works for Business
Around 131m work-days are lost to sickness each year – the equivalent of 4.5 days per working adult. With many workers continuing to work when ill, unwittingly spreading their germs around the office, it stands to reason that prevention is better than cure! So helping your team to access good nutritional advice could be a great way to bolster their health, reducing absences and increase energy and focus. Staff retention has always been important, and providing a benefits package that includes well-being consultancy is an attractive proposition to many employees, who want to feel well, as well as valued!
Why not offer your staff personalised nutritional consultations each month? A tailored nutritional programme will help reinforce specific messages for key staff, and regular contact will motivate and coach them through change to a healthier lifestyle and happier work life.
Does your company offer a cash plan? If you have a staff benefit from Westfield Health or Health Shield, you may be able to claim for Nutritional Therapy consultations through your benefits package!
A one hour workshop is an interactive and informative way to help staff members understand how Good Food can make a difference to their health and well-being.
Popular subjects include maintaining energy at work, nutrition and stress management, boosting the immune system, as well as more general presentations covering weight management, detoxing and sports performance.
These sessions can be fun and engaging with an open forum for questions and discussions – guaranteed to bring a new sense of energy to the workplace.
The wider we can spread the message that Good Food Works the better! So if you have a staff magazine or newsletter and you’d like some information on a specific area of health that will suit your staff then we can write an article to your brief. Or you may have a magazine that you send out to your customer or client base. If you think that your audience would benefit from a bit of nutritional know-how we can discuss the audience and again, write an article that will hit the right tone for them.
Do you have a staff magazine or blog? Why not add a nutrition and well-being column to it – subjects covered can be tailored to your team, and can even include a question and answer section to fully engage with them.