Is your business in good shape?

Without insights on your employees' physical and mental health, it's difficult to measure whether your support initiatives are really making a difference. Now’s the time to kickstart your journey towards a healthier workforce by unlocking the power of employee wellbeing.

What has to come next for workplace wellbeing?

Healthy people make healthy businesses. That’s always been true. But in recent years, global events and accelerated changes to ways of working have piled on the pressure like never before. Employee absence – just one indicator of a new wellbeing crisis – is projected to peak at a record 10 lost working days per employee in 2023.
UK businesses, barely recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic, now face a second economic crisis in as many years. Rising living costs, strained working environments, and the associated mental health impacts for people across the UK threaten this fragile new stability. With your organisation’s future at stake, it’s never been more important that your workforce enjoys full, meaningful support, allowing you to attract and retain the best talent.
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Impact of Absence Calculator

Unplanned leave is a lagging indicator of poor employee wellbeing. To prepare a CFO-friendly business case for more effective employee support, you first need to estimate the current impact of employee absence on your organisation. This free calculator will provide a detailed summary of your costs and risks today.

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What's going wrong with employee wellbeing?

Our first-of-its-kind research report with Ipsos lays bare what C-suite, HR, and Managers really think about workplace wellbeing. It's an essential temperature check on the imperfect health of UK plc, and a catalyst for positive, necessary change at this crucial time for the world of work.

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What your employees aren't telling you: the truth about wellbeing, openness, and absence.

How do the British workforce view health & wellbeing at work, from stigma and presenteeism to seeking support? We commissioned leading market research and data analytics firm YouGov to survey 2,000 British workers and learn what they really think.

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The GoodShape Good Leaders guide to employee wellbeing

Packed with expert interviews and insight, our e-book tackles key issues, including: why too many programmes fail employees, the macro/micro balance needed for better wellbeing, how supporting staff goes beyond HR, and the importance of getting wellbeing ‘buy-in’ at all levels.

Looking beyond absence management to wellbeing

We all know maintaining the health of an organisation is about far more than just absence management. But are you ready for the scale of the shift in emphasis towards employee wellbeing? We discuss the gap between good intentions and steps employers must take for real, positive change.

The key first step to improve workplace wellbeing…

GoodShape’s experts all agree – it starts with talking. That means providing an environment in which people feel comfortable to talk, removing barriers to communication and the stigma around mental health. And crucially, when people do talk, it means listening. All of which enables more timely intervention.

Employee wellbeing: The key to workforce retention

With demand on the rise and capacity already at its limit, staff retention is vital to our NHS. We’ve been speaking to Lawrence Osgood, Director of Workforce at NHS North West, to find out how employee wellbeing helps retain talent – and bridge the gap between capacity and demand.

Supporting employees to unlock their full potential.

When your people are looked after, they're better equipped to look after your business.

Discover how GoodShape can help you to drive meaningful change and gain a powerful competitive advantage for your organisation.