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COVID-19 has brought significant changes to the way we live and work, and the rapidly changing situation can make it hard to keep up with the latest news and advice.
It’s important for HR teams and business leaders to understand the situation, mitigate the risk for their business, and care for the health and wellbeing of their people.
How can businesses help their people thrive in the new normal? This report explores how employees feel about their future, including factsheets outlining the key issues across different sectors.
Watch our Mental Health Awareness Week webinar, aimed at HR leaders and managers, and access our resources to help support your employees’ mental health.
Coping after Covid explores the link between wellbeing and productivity, including advice on how business leaders and HR professionals can transform company culture to foster a happier, more engaged workforce.
Research examining the business impact of employee wellbeing and mental health during the pandemic, and how managers can help their people cope with ongoing change and uncertainty.
These guides offer tips and advice to support your employees’ health and wellbeing during the tough winter months.
In-depth research into the rifts COVID-19 has caused and the changing expectations of employers and the workplace.
Faced with the risk of catching COVID-19, many of us are thinking about how we can boost our immune system. Whilst there's no easy answer or magic pill, we look at simple lifestyle changes to help your body be as healthy as possible and ready to face whatever comes its way.
Our homes have now become our workplaces, our schools, our gyms - everything. With so much going on, it can be really easy for boundaries to become blurred and to feel like we're always on. In this factsheet we look at healthy habits that can help you process the day and switch off.
Between working remotely and watching a few extra series on Netflix, it can add up to a lot of time sitting down, taking its toll on our back and overall health. In this factsheet, we’ll look at why sitting too much is such a risk, back care when working from home and ways to improve your posture.
As social distancing starts to become the norm and the weeks at home add up, it can take its toll on our mental health. With some of the measures set to be in place for the medium term, this factsheet looks at ways to stay in touch and stay busy to take your mind off the outbreak and enjoy your time at home.
With gyms shut and many exercise classes no longer running, it can be hard to stay active at the moment. But getting enough physical activity is essential for our physical and mental health. This factsheet contains some easy ways to get started.
With so many changes to our daily routine combined with health concerns, it can be easy for worry to spiral out of control at the moment. Learn more about identifying types of worry and how to control worrying in this factsheet.
A guide on how to protect and boost your wellbeing during coronavirus
From fuelling your body to boosting your mood, what you eat has a big impact on your physical and mental health. Learn about how to balance your plate and tips on finding the perfect portion size for you.
Our mind and body are so strongly linked, we can choose to use one to influence and calm the other. Read about the impact of deep breathing on the body and get step-by-step support for trying it in this factsheet.
Feeling tired during the day? Struggling to get enough shut eye with the stress of coronavirus? Take a look at these sleep hacks, as well as tips on boosting energy throughout the day.
From where we work to how often we can go outside, coronavirus has changed so much of our daily life. In this factsheet, we look at why change is hard and helpful techniques to help you cope with change.
This guide will signpost you to reliable sources of information, provide guidance on creating a Coronavirus Response Plan and identify workplace strategies to mitigate risk and provide frameworks for developing your company’s response.
Now that we’ve been asked to follow the principle of social distancing and increasing numbers of people are self-isolating, it’s important to understand what’s involved. This guide covers the difference between social distancing and self-isolation, what self-isolation should look like as well as plenty of ideas and links to resources to boost your physical and mental health whilst staying at home.
Though some people regularly work from home, for others, it’ll be a major change to their daily routine. Thinking ahead about how you can establish a healthy work space, structure your day and take care of your mental and physical health will help make sure working from home is a positive, productive experience.
From fake news to fake cures, it can be hard to differentiate fact from fiction with coronavirus. In this guide we’ve summarised key pieces of Government and NHS advice on what to do and how to look after yourself and those around you if you think you have covid-19.
With all the different rules, it can be hard to know how long you and the other people in your household need to stay isolated for. Use this simple tool to help you decide.
You can also access our blog for the latest information from Westfield Health on coronavirus.
Find out more about the impact on our services and what Westfield Health are doing for our team, customers and community during the coronavirus outbreak.
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Westfield Contributory Health Scheme Ltd (company number 303523), Westfield Health & Wellbeing Ltd (company number 9871093) and Westfield Employment Services Ltd (company number 9870326) are collectively referred to as Westfield Health and are registered in England & Wales. Additionally Westfield Contributory Health Scheme Ltd is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Prudential Regulation Authority. Our financial services registration number is 202609.