A Little More About Us
We are a workplace wellbeing consultancy and research group. We were founded in 2006 to bring together cutting edge research with practical, real-world approaches for work, health and wellbeing. We partner with our clients to create knowledge, develop solutions and share insights.
We work collaboratively to design and implement bespoke wellbeing solutions. Take a look at some of the ways we have helped improve work, health and wellbeing.
We partner with clients to discover needs, deliver solutions, embed practices and sustain knowledge in health and wellbeing.
We conduct research and write guidance for professional bodies, policy makers and organisations. Keep up to date with the our latest research and guidance.
Posted: Wed, 28 Sep 2022
A World Health Organization guideline on mental health at work has been published, together with an ILO policy brief which supports its implementation.
Wed, 06 Jul 2022 - Fri, 08 Jul 2022
Join Dr Jo Yarker and Dr Rachel Lewis at the 15th Annual EA-OHP Conference hosted at the University of Bordeaux in France.... Read More »
We are researching the links between working patterns and wellbeing and the support that is or would be valued most by employees.
What is your work arrangement?
What is your experience in the workplace?
How is your organisation supporting your wellbeing?
What kind of support do you value most?
To share your views here: bit.ly/wellmodernwf
Effecting an estimated 1.3 million people, long COVID poses a significant challenge for individuals and employers. We collaborated with the University of Sheffield, the long covid support group and the CIPD to develop an evidence review and practical guidance for individuals, groups, line managers and organisational professionals.
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.
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.