Imagine if .......... your next team meeting / team building session / team evening get together etc, involved a little reflexology or holistic facial massage?
Well now it can with the help of Springhill Therapy!
I am happy to come to your workplace and explain the benefits of Complementary Therapies and carry out taster sessions (15-20 minutes) in reflexology and holistic facial massage - both of which can help to reduce sickness at work due to stress and generally create a greater sense of wellbeing.
If you have small teams of up to 8 members of staff, you are more than welcome to have your sessions at Springhill Therapy.
These Wellbeing events will be based in Rugby and surrounding areas.
Please contact me for more information and we can discuss your individual company requirements.
Work related stress, anxiety and depression statistics in Great Britain 2016
The total number of cases of work related stress, depression or anxiety in 2015/16 was 488,000 cases, a prevalence rate of 1510 per 100,000 workers.
The number of new cases was 224,000, an incidence rate of 690 per 100,000 workers. The estimated number and rate have remained broadly flat for more than a decade.
The total number of working days lost due to this condition in 2015/16 was 11.7 million days. This equated to an average of 23.9 days lost per case. Working days lost per worker showed a generally downward trend up to around 2009/10; since then the rate has been broadly flat.
In 2015/16 stress accounted for 37% of all work related ill health cases and 45% of all working days lost due to ill health.
Stress is more prevalent in public service industries, such as education; health and social care; and public administration and defence.
By occupation, jobs that are common across public service industries (such as healthcare workers; teaching professionals; business, media and public service professionals) show higher levels of stress as compared to all jobs.
The main work factors cited by respondents as causing work related stress, depression or anxiety (LFS) were workload pressures, including tight deadlines and too much responsibility and a lack of managerial support.
Statistics from the HSE 2016