East Sussex Wellbeing at Work Awards Now Open!
The East Sussex Wellbeing at Work Awards recognise your commitment, as a local employer, to supporting employee wellbeing through an accreditation programme. The Awards are now open to all East […]18 August 2021
How can employers help prevent suicide?
800,000 people die worldwide by suicide every year, and the suicide rates among men are, on average, 3.5 times higher than women. Financial constraints, redundancies, anxiety caused by uncertainty and […]20 July 2021
Covid restrictions lifted, and now?
On 19th July almost all of the Covid restrictions were lifted in England. But what does this mean for employers? The Government has published updated guidance on working safely, with […]22 June 2021
Our New Website is Here!
Welcome to our new website for local employers. As part of our Wellbeing at Work Programme run by Public Health at East Sussex County Council, this website contains a compilation […]
How to Encourage your Employees to Keep Active
Many of us are finding harder to keep active under the current restrictions and whilst working from home. Many of us aren’t taking part in our usual physical activity routines, […]6 June 2021
How to Successfully Implement Flexible Working?
Flexible working is a way of working that accommodates an employee’s needs, for example having flexible start and finish times or working from home. The growing demand for flexible working […]