The experts in evidence-based wellbeing at work

The experts in evidence-based wellbeing at work

Founded in 2006, we are a multi-award winning research and consultancy organisation. We bring together cutting edge research with practical, real-world approaches for work, health and wellbeing. Our mission is to improve the working lives of all.

What makes us different?

What makes us different?

Our clients get a better return on their investment because our solutions are supported by cutting edge research and we know what works (and what doesn't).

Our clients can be sure that the solutions we recommend are best practice and compliant with legislation because we are the people who professional bodies, institutions and policy makers choose to work with when they set wellbeing standards.

We create original research and tailored solutions

We create original research and tailored solutions

Evidence shows that without tailoring, wellbeing interventions often fail. We have conducted research and produced guidelines for professional bodies and policy makers, including the World Health Organisation, the Institution of Safety and Health and the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development. We bring deep research knowledge to clients, and tailor solutions according to your context and needs.

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We deliver consultancy, development, research and insights to improve working lives

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We conduct original research and write guidance for professional bodies, policy makers and organisations

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This Can Happen - The Retreat

Posted: Tue, 23rd Jan 2024

This Can Happen - The Retreat

Rachel Lewis will be speaking about 'Tackling working hours and workload for employee wellbeing' at this year's 'This Can Happen Retreat'. The Retreat is an annual event for senior leaders in mental wellbeing to gather and consider where workplace mental health is heading and what is needed to improve. Rachel is delighted to be involved...

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Masterclass - Spotlight on the psychosocial hazards of workload and work demands

Thu, 5th Dec 2024

Masterclass - Spotlight on the psychosocial hazards of workload and work demands

Our Masterclass event will bring together academic and practitioner speakers to share the latest knowledge about The psychosocial... Read More »

Virtual Masterclass - Making best of use of digital health and wellbeing provisions

Thu, 19th Sep 2024

Virtual Masterclass - Making best of use of digital health and wellbeing provisions

Our Masterclass event will bring together academic and practitioner speakers to share the latest knowledge about Making best... Read More »

Supporting employees with non-pay offers through the cost-of-living crisis

The 'cost-of-living crisis', defined as the fall in 'real' disposable income that the UK has been experiencing since late 2021 is having a profound impact on the nation. Inflation reached a 40 year high in October 2022 (ONS, 2022a) and the fiscal year 2022-23 saw the biggest one-year fall in living standards...

Working well for a new era

Looking to refresh your wellbeing strategy? Affinity's Research Consortium report, published with IOSH, brings together findings on work wellbeing from five organisations during the COVID-19 pandemic, with ideas for adapting provision to the demands of a new era.

BITC What if your job was good for you?

As Business in the Community's (BITC) Research partner, we delivered the report and literature review in partnership with the BITC Wellbeing Leadership Team and supported by the CIPD.
This report outlines how to achieve good jobs for all, sharing practical steps and case studies on how this can be implemented.

Worked With

Acas
RDASH
ISOS
WHO
Lendlease
Life Speak
MOJ
DWP
Babergh and Mid Suffolk Council
CPOSA
Santander
University of Nottingham
Society of Occupational Medicine
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