Building Well Workplaces

Taking an upfront approach to wellbeing at work is good for your employees and good for business, whatever your size or sector.

Investing time in staff wellbeing can help you:

• Increase productivity and your bottom line
• Reduce staff absence and turnover
• Improve your customer relations and your reputation
• Create a positive working environment where your employees can flourish



Looking for support for an employee with a specific health condition, or a template policy on wellbeing at work? We can point you in the right direction for advice and information on wellbeing topics.


We deliver an introductory workshop to ‘wellbeing at work’ at regular business breakfasts and other local events across North Wales.  The workshop provides an overview of this hot topic, giving you food for thought to get you started on your wellbeing journey.


Our popular training workshops offer up the latest thinking in key wellbeing topic areas. Check out upcoming dates on our calendar page, or sign up to have us deliver in your place of work, free of charge. Courses are short, sharp, practical and informative, providing ideas and resources to inform and inspire. 


If you are after more in-depth support, let’s start a wellbeing conversation. We can do a health check to help you identify the hotspots in your business and pull together a plan of action – with a choice of our training workshops delivered in your workplace to meet your needs.


Problems at work or at home, or physical issues such as back pain can sometimes affect your employees’ performance at work or force them to take time off – which can quickly take its toll both on them and you.  We can help nip problems in the bud, avoiding the need for your employees to take time off, or helping them back to work as soon as possible after absence. Read more…

In-Work Support Service

The In-Work Support Service is part-funded by European Social Funding through the Welsh Government, providing free support for employees and businesses in Conwy, Denbighshire, Anglesey and Gwynedd. To find out how we can help you or your business:

CALL: 01745 336442