Health and Wellbeing programs have become increasingly popular over the last decade, and whilst our own H&W initiative started out as a simple employee perk, today our programme has evolved to become a fundamental component of our company benefits package and underpins our employee engagement strategy.
We are firm believers that a 'Healthy Body' nurtures a Health Mind'....critical in off-setting the fast-paced and often challenging nature of recruitment agency life.The Gym Video
An unrivalled range of equipment, second-to-none group classes and the best personal trainers.
Great for shedding calories, improving cardio, increasing stamina and also toning your legs, glutes and core, spin classes, which are surprisingly low-impact on the knees and ankles, are extremely for effective for building a leaner body overall.
Triceps, biceps... even your gluteus maximus. Whatever muscle group you want to work on, our state-of-the-art gym has got just the right equipment to give your weight training a lift.
The weight machines are designed to isolate certain muscle groups while giving you the support you need to get the most from your workout.
Boxing as a fitness activity enables you to hone those same athletic skills, all without having to take a punch. If you’re hoping to get in great shape and improve your health, you just might want to sign up to one of the many classes.
Whether you’re training for a marathon, or just want to keep your fitness ticking over, cardio machines are a must for any workout plan.
This workout area has all the space you need. So feel free to lift some weights, burpee to your hearts content, stretch out, warm up, warm down, or even throw a few yoga shapes.
While it may seem like common sense that better health and wellbeing makes people happier and more focused, in the workplace it’s often only facts and figures that count. Fortunately, there have now been hundreds of studies that show how workplace wellbeing programs that promote healthier lifestyles and consider work-life balance are just as beneficial to businesses as they are to the employees themselves
Perhaps the most important benefit of wellbeing schemes is the benefit to employee’s health. Companies that promote healthier eating and exercise can help their workforce minimise the risk of heart disease and other health concerns.
As well as being great for employees, this can also reduce the number of time employees take off for these various health issues which are good news for the business too. This includes stress and fatigue, which we now know can directly cause cardiovascular problems and is the main driver behind absenteeism.
It should come as no surprise that healthier and happier employees are more productive.
When we eat better and exercise more we are usually less tired and find it much easier to focus better and for longer. In fact, unhealthy lifestyles are correlated with unproductive workplace habits.
As the up and coming workforce, often the largest segment in today’s largest job markets, and our future leaders, companies should be looking to meet the needs of this group to attract and keep the best of the bunch. Many employers may think this is higher salary or having the latest technology, but a recent Deloitte study found that a good work-life balance was the number one factor millennials considered when evaluating job opportunities, even beating career progression.