WORLD

Providing the highest quality wellbeing services, ensuring the best for you and your people

what are worlds?

We generally think of the world as the planet we inhabit, and while yes this is true, we don’t just inhabit one world…

Our workplaces, schools and homes are all worlds.

how our worlds impact us

The experiences we have within our worlds profoundly affect how we think, feel and behave…now, and in the future.

So, by investing in the health of our working worlds we can enable positive workplace experiences for all.

Retail, Hospitality & Real Estate

1 in 4 now report a common mental health condition, highest sector increases

– University of Cambridge, 2023

It & Tech

75% more workers reporting mental health concerns than before Covid 19

Harvey Nash, 2021

Building & Construction

97% of workers report feeling stress at work, with male workers 3 times more likely to complete suicide than national average

– Chartered Institute for Building, 2020

Education

70% of workers reported mental health as a key reason for leaving or planning to leave

– Deloitte, 2022

Health and Social Care

60% of HSC workforce at risk of burnout

– HSC Workforce Study, 2022

Financial Services

More than 1/3 of companies in the UK finance industry agree that mental health is not a cultural priority, despite increased demand

- Koa Health 2021

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100%

of organisations are affected by wellbeing

17 Million

working days lost due to work-related stress, depression or anxiety

– Health & Safety Executive 2022 

51%

of all work-related ill health cases due to stress, anxiety and depression

– Health & Safety Executive 2022 

55%

of all sick days lost due to stress, anxiety and depression

– Health & Safety Executive 2022 

“The wellbeing of organisations and their people are intrinsically linked…the health of one directly affects the health of the other…”

health & safety

As employers we have a legal duty to comply with health and safety regulations

and

take all reasonably practicable measures to ensure this

mental health

is a health and safety risk

(Health and Safety at Work Act, 1974)

psychological safety

is an internationally recognised standard

(ISO 45003:2021)

“competent persons”

should support in complying with health & safety law

(Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations, 1999)

create physical and psychologically safe organisations

To improve outcomes for employees and the whole organisation

Improve individual and team engagement
Enhance organisational reputation
Improve customer and client satisfaction
Improve retention, sickness, absenteeism and presenteeism rates
Comply with international standards and law
Healthier, more productive, and supportive work environment

world services:

Wellbeing Risk Assessment

The wellbeing risk assessment is a proactive and preventative approach to identifying wellbeing risks and enabling management at the earliest opportunity.

Proactive prevention is key.

As every organisation is unique, we provide competent persons to:

  • Work collaboratively to tailor assessments
  • Support your organisation to complete assessments
  • Provide evidence-based recommendations to reduce risks and strengthen wellbeing culture

Wellbeing risk assessments can be useful:

  • Routinely, as a proactive measure
  • Formulating organisational strategies
  • Managing any organisational change
  • Response to incident reports

Wellbeing Strategy

Wellbeing Strategy is an organisational level approach to promote, support, and embed the physical and emotional wellbeing of the workforce, and workplace.

  • Enables a cohesive, inclusive, and sustainable approach across the organisation
  • Embeds wellbeing into the fabric of the organisation
  • Sends a clear message to all that we value you

As every organisation is unique, we provide competent persons to:

  • Work collaboratively to develop a whole-world approach
  • Support your organisation to implement
  • Provide evidence-based recommendations to reduce risks and strengthen wellbeing culture

Policy Development

Wellbeing policies are formal documents that outline an organisation’s commitment to creating a safe and healthy work environment.

For all organisations that prioritise health and safety, wellbeing policies are necessary.

Wellbeing policies formally communicate organisational:

  • Commitments
  • Expectations
  • Values

enabling

  • Consistency
  • Accountability
  • Compliance

As every organisation is unique, we provide competent persons to:

  • Work collaboratively to identify areas of policy development
  • Support your organisation to formulate policy
  • Provide evidence-based recommendations to implement policy and strengthen wellbeing culture