Helping employers and line managers find the right words and provide meaningful support.
Managing staff wellbeing is crucial for the productivity and success of any organisation. Your staff are more than just a cog in a machine – they are the beating heart of the business. Their mental health is paramount if they are to perform well and make a valuable contribution.
One in six workers will experience mental health problems, like anxiety, stress or depression, at any given time. Fostering an open and supportive work culture goes a long way towards helping employees feel valued in their work and, importantly, confident in talking about mental health.
Wellbeing and support
Corporate wellbeing: more than just words
According to Mind, nearly two thirds (60%) of employees claim they’d feel more motivated and more likely to recommend their organisation as a good place to work if their employer took action to support mental wellbeing.
You owe it to your workforce to be that driving force behind workplace wellbeing. Regular one-to-ones, a listening ear and encouraging positive mental health are all steps a line manager or leader can take to create a supportive environment – but being able to pinpoint where that help should be directed and personalise it is the way to effect real change.
Mental health support is good business
Looking after the business’ best needs means taking care of the welfare of your employees. The Govox employee wellbeing platform is trusted by renowned brands and companies across a vast range of sectors. Whatever your business specialises in, our team can help improve your corporate wellbeing and equip you with the expertise and tools to offer the right support.
HOW WE CAN HELP
We turn difficult situations into positive outcomes.
Understanding mental health isn’t easy. Using technology and an effective proactive approach, we can improve happiness and save lives in the workplace, education and sports organisations.
- People are invited to check in on a digital device and answer a series of short, friendly questions. This takes less than two minutes and is simple to engage with.
- Check-in results on the Govox wellbeing dashboard instantly highlight those who may benefit from some support, enabling organisations to have the conversations that matter.
- After each check in, the participant will receive their own personal wellbeing report, which offers proven wellbeing techniques tailored to their specific answers.
How Govox helps corporate wellbeing
Our employee wellbeing platform provides staff with useful, actionable insights and resources, while business leaders are given tools to connect and offer the right wellbeing support. You’ll benefit from:
The results of our employee wellbeing survey can be made anonymous or visible, and the whole thing takes less than two minutes to complete, meaning staff are more likely to engage.
Data is useful but clear insights enable you to make a real difference. With personalised results, you’ll be able to identify trends or patterns in an individual and spot key areas of concern.
We exist to facilitate a bond of trust between you and your staff – you’ll know when to step in and, importantly, how to offer the support that makes the difference.
According to Deloitte, poor mental health costs UK employers up to £45 billion a year. Give leaders and employees the tools to manage mental health and staff are less likely to take sick days or prolonged time off.
Improved productivity and performance
The platform enables you to foster a people-centric business ethos that shows staff their wellness is important and their contribution is highly valued.
Reduced staff turnover
Proactively look after employees’ wellbeing and drive their loyalty and sense of belonging. This results in increased staff retention and, consequently, lower recruitment costs.
THE PROBLEMS WE MUST OVERCOME
3 in 10 people admit to being deeply unhappy, while 1 in 10 have considered taking their own lives. That means someone in your office, your team, or someone sitting next to you is feeling desperate right now.
Can you spot who?