Partnering with the automotive industry to support its people
Ben offers a range of services to industry partners and we're ready to rally around you and your team when you need us
Ben partners exclusively with the automotive industry to provide support for life to its people and their family dependents. We partner with businesses to help them improve the health and wellbeing of their workforces, adding value to support greater employee satisfaction, productivity and retention.
We work together to create a tailored programme of awareness, training and income generating activities in support of Ben, to suit individual business needs.
To find out more about how you can partner with Ben contact the Partnerships team on 01344 298135 or email Partnerships@Ben.org.uk
Products for your business
Our free, urgent response service offers support for business and their employees critical incidents that happen in the workplace. We offer support for complex cases as well as safeguarding, suicide and self harm concerns.
Wide range of health and wellbeing training courses for the automotive industry, including Mental Health First Aid.
Our Outreach team raise awareness of Ben’s services to you and your employees, ensuring the industry's people know who we are, what we do, and how to access our free and confidential services.
Employer support content
Many people struggle to cope at some point in their lives. Suicide can be a difficult subject to talk about and people can find it challenging to open up about how they are feeling.
Employees who are dealing with burnout will struggle to be productive and you may even start to notice issues such as more sickness absence, errors being made, poor performance and a lack of engagement.
If an employee has opened up to you about being burnt out, it’s important to be as supportive as possible as this will have a significant impact on their recovery.
Usually, people start each year with strong resolutions to change their lives for the better.
Most of us won’t ever be able to fully remove stress from our lives, it seems to be part and parcel of being human. However, it’s the level of stress we experience and how we deal with it that means the difference between coping or it turning into a bigger issue.
An inclusive workplace welcomes and includes every employee. It ensures that employees feel accepted within the team they work in, across the wider organisation (as applicable) and supports them to thrive doing the work they perform.
We’re currently living through some challenging times and, at Ben, we’re seeing more and more of our automotive family turning to us for support.