“Having treatments available in the workplace is a fantastic benefit. I was able to come back to my desk relaxed, refreshed and ready to tackle whatever landed on my desk.”
The above comment was made by an employee at Hewlett Packard in Bristol, who benefited from regular on-site reflexology treatment with Complete Serenity. Many took the opportunity to de-stress whilst at work – it was easier for them to attend their Reflexology sessions in the office and they then felt better about their workload!
Stress poses a risk to most businesses and it is important to have strategies in place to avoid undue pressure. It is a common habit in the working environment to let workload build and employees just end up working longer hours, taking on more responsibility but not balancing it with regular breaks.
On-site Reflexology treatment is a great way to reduce stress and anxiety in the workplace benefiting both the employees and the employers. Reflexology is ideal to be performed in the working environment, as there is no need to undress. Treatment and timing can be tailored to suit your company’s requirements.
If you would like your company to benefit from such services, please do not hesitate to contact me for more information and a demonstration if required.
Benefits of having on-site treatment
By providing your workforce with a way of releasing their stress during their working day, you will be able to help them balance their stress levels, increase their wellness, improve productivity and also prompt feelings of support and loyalty to your company.
Is now the time to offer reflexology to your workforce and help them to help themselves to better wellbeing and productivity?
Definition of stress and recent statistics
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) defines stress as 'the adverse reaction people have to excessive pressures or other types of demand placed on them'. Workers feel stress when they can't cope with pressures and other issues.
The above information is from:
HSE Work-related stress, anxiety or depression statistics in Great Britain, 2021 (Data up to March 2021, Annual statistics Published 16th December 2021). Full paper here