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Pedal power e-bikes 25 August 2022

Helping your employees to travel actively in East Sussex with Active Cycling Projects

Your Active Journey, East Sussex County Council’s active travel programme, has teamed up with Active Cycling Projects to help workplaces in East Sussex to set up a pool of loan cycles for staff, to help them make the switch to an active commute. What is Active Cycling Projects pool cycle scheme? Active Cycling Projects is […]

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One You Staff leading the company wide yearly gathering 4 July 2022

How to Promote Wellbeing in the Workplace – a case study

Blog by Martyn Reynolds, One You East Sussex    The rise of employers’ responsibility to support their employee’s mental health and wellbeing at work has never been higher! One You East Sussex (OYES) is a free holistic lifestyle service for residents of East Sussex, helping people to make simple changes that can lead to a […]

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Drawing of several people with different brain format to represent neurodiversity 24 May 2022

Neurodiversity at Work – a personal story

Neurodiversity is the concept that all humans vary in terms of our neurocognitive ability – how we think and process information. Everyone has talents and things they struggle with. For some people the variation between those strengths and weaknesses is more pronounced, which can bring a specific talent but can also be very disabling sometimes. […]

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Photo of a woman cycling in the countryside 16 January 2022

The Active Steps employee cycling and walking support scheme in lockdown – a participant’s experience

By Sally Burr, employee at Southdown Housing. It was the depths of the original lockdown when I was emailed a poster for Sustrans Active Steps. The ad offered staff a bike loan for 10 weeks – delivered to your door! Plus a helmet and lock and lights. Everything you needed to get cycling. I live […]

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Couple discussing their bills at a table 21 October 2021

Ways of Supporting your Staff with Money Worries

It’s recent the links between mental health and financial wellbeing, but it’s getting more evident. For some of us, money can be a source of stress or anxiety, even if we are in regular work. A study conducted in 2020 found that 52% of UK employees worry about money once a week, and 18% do […]

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Man doing breathing exercises to help with anxiety. Every Mind Matters advert 3 October 2021

World Mental Health Day – Good Mental Health for All: Let’s Make it a Reality

We all feel stressed, anxious, have low mood or suffer from sleep problems from time to time. Mental health affects us all. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of looking after ourselves. New research reveals the pandemic had a negative impact on the wellbeing of nearly half (49%) of adults in England, with a […]

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Committed Employer Award Badge 21 September 2021

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 Sussex employers of all industries and sizes to apply. You just need to register on our website. Once registered, we’ll schedule a welcome call to […]

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Man at the table, with his hands in his head looking worried and hopeless 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 concerns have led to an increase on suicide rates during the pandemic. Every life lost to suicide is a tragedy, but this sad reality doesn’t […]

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Illustration of people going to work after Covid restrictions have been lifted 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 three key elements: 1. working from home where possible is no longer mandatory; 2. social distancing is disapplied; and 3. risk assessments are required. Only a few […]

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Screenshot of the Wellbeing at Work website homepage 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 of free national and local resources to help you improve wellbeing in the workplace. Most resources are relevant for employers of all industries and sizes, […]

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