At Nugent Santé our purpose is to make sure we help businesses analyse and mitigate risk. We do this by delivering class-leading health and wellbeing strategies complemented by insurance products that provide excellent cover and give peace of mind.
Health and wellbeing strategies and programmes are fast becoming central to organisational success and are no longer seen as a ‘nice to have’. As individuals we spend almost a third of our waking time, preparing, going to or being at work and the distinction between work and personal life has become blurred.
It’s estimated that poor wellbeing cost’s UK employers approximately £45 billion annually* so it pays to invest resources in creating an environment where people are genuinely cared for.
Nugent Santé, helps many North West organisations implement programmes to ensure their people are looked after. Not just for the sake of boosting profits, but as part of an overarching policy having a commitment to its people. Afterall where would your organisation be without them?
Employers have a significant role to play in looking after their people, and we help introduce strategies and programmes that do that. However, there some simple measures you can introduce, such as encouraging physical activity, ensure people take regular breaks or implement ‘open door’ policies. Communication plays a key role and talking helps. Getting to know your people is a powerful way of making sure they’re happy in the workplace.
This approach is central to how we work at the Santé Group. We regularly engage with our people as it helps us understand their concerns and support them. Our most recent people survey showed the programmes we have in place really help. As a health and wellbeing business, if we can’t be great at looking after our people, how can we help other businesses get it right too?
For further information about how we can help look after your people, visit www.nugentsante.com
* GBD 2017 Disease and Injury Incidence and Prevalence Collaborators. (2018). Global, regional, and national incidence, prevalence, and years lived with disability for 354 diseases and injuries for 195 countries and territories, 1990–2017: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017. The Lancet.