Recently, there has been a significant shift in the way we talk and feel about mental health.
The Labour force survey 2018/19 by Health and Safety Executive (HSE) shows that 602,000 workers suffering from work-related stress, depression or anxiety (new or longstanding) in 2018/19 12.8 million working days lost due to work-related stress, depression or anxiety (LFS)
There are many companies recognising this already, some sending colleagues for mental health first aid training and this is certainly one of the steps needed.
Another easier step to consider is on-site massage at work.
Imagine having a 10,15,20,minute treatment in your lunch break, relieving tensions and allowing you to return to work refreshed and revitalised.
As a boss, imagine being able to reduce absenteeism and increase staff retention in your company
I understand that when we think of massage, we can imagine a spa setting with essential oils, so relaxing that you wish to sleep after and yes, that is great at the weekend or holidays so …..
Why is Corporate massage different?
WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?