Support that works for you and your people
The wellbeing of your people has a direct impact on your organisation. Ensuring everyone has access to the support they need when they need it is key to success, and giving you clear visibility of the impact is the cherry on top.
Everyone is busy, and more connected than ever. Utilising these connections to help people lead healthier happier lives can make a real difference today, for less than the price of a coffee, not even a fancy one!
At the same time, integration with your existing support means that you can target those most at risk, helping and supporting them.
How employees benefit from workplace wellbeing programmes
Healthy and happy individuals feel motivated in their roles because they’re supported by their managers in an environment that’s conducive to their high-quality work. Thanks to workplace wellbeing, employees feel valued and their hard work is recognised, meaning they’re more likely to produce better work and take pride in it. They’re genuinely invested in the business and want to do well – and it shows.
What’s more, employees who feel supported are better equipped to deal with stress and other work-related worries, meaning their mental health is less likely to suffer.
Nurturing productive teams with reduced absences
Organisations that invest in workplace wellbeing programmes reap the rewards of engaged, satisfied and productive employees who want to thrive and are less likely to take time off. The business benefits of a comprehensive wellbeing strategy are clear. But for the employees themselves, the benefits are also vast. Traditional employee assistance programmes (EAPs) often struggle with poor access rates and low engagement. However, Govox can signpost you to support that’s already in place.
Govox: where it all began
An organisation with a mission to save lives sounds ambitious but it’s fuelled by our founders’ back story and is deep-seated in everything Govox does.
Until 2018, our collective view of mental health and wellbeing was typical of our generation. Our approach to supporting people showing signs of struggling could be summed up in one sentence that went along the lines of ‘everyone has a bad day, mate’. However, we weren’t the villains of the story – we were products of our background.
Our founding team – Richard Lucas, George McGraffin and Adrian Burton – met through local rugby, had only known a predominantly male-dominated education and workplace, and were more comfortable with ‘banter’ than openly speaking about feelings. But all that changed when a sad series of events jolted them out of their complacency, after losing rugby friends to suicide and witnessing near misses in their workplaces. Something had to change.
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