We work in partnership with your HR and health and wellbeing teams to understand your business and its challenges, and to co-create a tailored, onsite workplace programme of activities. This is designed to raise awareness of the free and confidential support services available from Ben, to improve the health, morale and productivity of your workforce and to help you demonstrate your commitment to employee wellbeing.

We also offer tailored HR support including helping your company deal with critical incidents that may affect its people. Additionally, we offer a portfolio of insights, resources and content to help you support your employees.

BenAtWork sessions
Interactive and informative sessions designed to share health and wellbeing tips to keep your employees fit for life and for work.

Health & wellbeing event support
We can support any health and wellbeing events organised by you, whether that’s simply having a stand to share information or to deliver general awareness presentations.  Additionally, we can attend your induction or graduate intake events and speak directly with your colleagues to raise awareness of Ben’s services.

BenHealthCheck
Designed to determine someone’s general physical health via four key tests: resting heart rate, blood pressure, BMI and body fat percentage.  Participants can compare their test results to national health guidelines to gain a clear understanding of their current health.  They are supported with information and practical tips on how to improve their health and wellbeing.

Refer an employee for support
A fast-track employee referral process for HR professionals/employers when an employee may need additional support for a challenge or issue they are facing.  Our fast-track referral process means you can easily refer an employee for free and confidential support from Ben.

Critical response service
Our critical response service is designed to support you and your business to provide the appropriate, and often immediate, support your employees need when they experience an unexpected or traumatic incident – such as the death of a colleague or customer, a serious injury or accident, physical or psychological threats.