Mental Wellbeing

Businesses who proactively address the risk factors that lead to poor mental wellbeing stand to benefit long term.

Mental health





Counselling support


Wellbeing education


Mental health first aid

Workplace culture

 Toxic behaviour

Some of the amazing partners we work with...

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Why is Mental Wellbeing vital?

The World Health Organisation describes mental wellbeing as ‘a state of wellbeing in which every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community’.

A key factor for mental wellbeing in the workplace is a person’s resilience to stress and their ability to adapt to other adverse conditions that may arise through the working environment.  This could include the quality of relationships with colleagues, unexpected changes to workload or job role, and a range of other factors. 

How does Mental wellbeing affect business?

There’s a strong business, and moral, case for organisations to promote good mental wellbeing for everyone. Actively promoting wellbeing leads to greater staff productivity, morale and retention, and reduced sickness absence and presenteeism.

Employees who are experiencing poor mental wellbeing may suffer from a lack of motivation and commitment to their work.  The relationships they have with their colleagues and clients may deteriorate and because of the close links between mental and physical wellbeing, their physical health may also begin to suffer. 

Businesses who proactively address the risk factors that lead to poor mental wellbeing stand to benefit long term.

Create an environment to support good mental wellbeing

Mental wellbeing is one of the 5 Pillars of Wellbeing, a framework that underpins and forms our Wellbeing Score.  

By answering questions relating to your wellbeing strategy and your current support, we help businesses understand what they are doing well, what gaps they may have and where they may be able to improve things. 

Once you have your wellbeing score.  You can get tailored recommendations through the platform, and our awesome team are on hand to help guide and support you.

Unlock the Power of Wellbeing

We help businesses improve employee engagement and performance by addressing underlying causes such as burn out, financial stress, poor mental health, and other contributing factors.

Step 1 - Understand your starting point

Get your Wellbeing Score and Report

Create an account in just a few minutes and get started. Our questionnaire walks you through some simple straight forward steps to get a feeling for how you approach wellbeing and what you have in place.

Work through in your own time or for the biggest impact, book time and let one of our friendly team take you through the full Love Your Employee experience.

Step 2 - Make a plan

Get recommendations, guidance and support

Our smart software generates all the information you need to make a plan tailored to the needs of your business.  We signpost potential support, areas where to focus and our team are always on hand throughout – just ask!

We believe the blend of technology and the human touch works best.

Step 3 - Put your plan in to action!

Small changes can have big results. It makes sense to identify key problem areas and start addressing these first.  For many this will involve engaging your own people and asking them what they value and expect from their employer – we can help with this too!

It’s never too early to get started.

Get Started

It is free for businesses and organisations to use our platform. It’s our mission to embed wellbeing in organisational culture across the UK and beyond.

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