Insights and opinions

As one of the oldest names in healthcare serving over 5,000 public and private sector businesses across the UK, we have been helping clients keep their employees physically, mentally and financially healthy for decades.

This means we have a wealth of experience and insight to share with employers.

Read on to tap into a mix of resources that we’re using to help kick-start conversations for business leaders about how to create positive health and wellbeing roadmaps for their teams.

“Poor mental health cost UK employers up to £45bn in 2020”

The Times Special Report:Employee Experience and Wellbeing

Our latest insights

Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce - Growth Through People Conference 2021
Harnessing Resilience for Future Challenges Webinar

We are proud to have supported the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce - Growth Through People Conference this March.

Our chief medical officer Dr Philip McCrea, BHSF co-presented a thought-provoking workshop on developing the resilience of your business, to ensure growth throughout 2021.

The workshop explored:

  • how businesses can establish an effective, long-term framework to support employees – in person and remotely – struggling with their physical and mental health, and boost overall resilience
  • feelings towards being prepared for possible future economic shocks
  • how the West Midlands economy, in particular, was impacted by the pandemic in 2020 and how it will be dealing with the changes brought about by Brexit in 2021
Watch the webinar on-demand here

Times Special Report: Employee Experience and Wellbeing

We are proud to be part of the Employee Experience and Wellbeing by Raconteur*. This special report, published in The Times on 15th March 2021 addresses the importance of putting employee wellbeing front and centre in an organisation – during the best of times, but equally during these unique and challenging times.

*As originally seen in Employee Experience and Wellbeing published by Raconteur Media on 15.3.21 in THE TIMES

Download the report

Remote Working: Top Tips For Wellbeing and Connection Webinar

We are delighted to have partnered with Personnel Today to explore the impact of remote working on employees.

We joined Personnel Today’s HR and wellbeing editor Ashleigh Webber, Tracey Paxton, managing director of The Employee Resilience Company, and CJ Bedford, director of people and performance at Wiser for the Remote Working: Top Tips For Wellbeing and Connection Webinar.

Our discussions examined:

  • the challenges of the pandemic for employees cut-off from their support networks in spare rooms and make-shift studies
  • how the lack of visibility that comes with remote working has made monitoring staff wellbeing more challenging for HR teams
  • the effect this long-term remote working has on employee wellbeing
  • top tips for maintaining employee engagement and connection
Watch the webinar on-demand here