The latest news and opinion pieces from Shine Workplace Wellbeing

Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace – March 21 event

When your employees are in good physical and mental health, they are happier, more engaged and more productive. You may even have resolved to create a healthier workplace in 2019, but perhaps you’re finding it hard to take the first step or get to the next level, or...

Miss Jones PA – Wellness summit special offer

Shine Workplace Wellbeing is offering Wellness Summit attendees a complimentary mini-report to boost the employee wellbeing in their workplaces. If you're interested, contact founder Matthew Carlton who just needs to know some basic info about the size of your...

How to create a healthy workplace – January event

Join us, Business Clan and Thinking Alliance at our upcoming event   You know that when your employees are in good physical and mental health, they are happier, more engaged and more productive. You may even have resolved to create a healthier workplace in 2019,...

A Healthy Workplace Award for one of our clients!

Our congratulations go to Retail IT - one of our first clients - after they were recognised as a Healthy Workplace at the Merton Best Business Awards last week. The Wimbledon-based retail tech firm came runner-up in the category, narrowly missing out to neighbouring...

Mad World Forum – London, 9th October 2018

I recently found out about Mad World Forum, a conference aiming to eradicate stigma and spark a new era of mental health and wellbeing in the workplace'. The conference and exhibition takes place on October 9 at etc venues on London's Bishopgate and is Europe's only...

The latest happenings at Shine Workplace Wellbeing:

How about this for making an (almost) instant positive impact following a client workshop…..they were inspired to go out collectively for a lunchtime workout at a local green space. See here for more info and picture evidence!  

Mental health first aid trainer status attained after a comprehensive, well constructed & occasionally emotionally absorbing two day course. We can now answer client questions about such courses & have someone to look after our own staff’s mental health – should issues arise – as we grow. See here for the certificate received! We’d encourage businesses of all sizes to seriously consider having a mental health first aider within their organisation.

For info on our processes and costs, or to arrange a chat about your employee wellbeing needs email us at: contact@shineworkplacewellbeing.com