The Healthy Business Bridge
How CEOs and HR can improve business health, productivity and profits without high labour turnover and expensive recruitment costs!
Does your business struggle with finding the cause of employees’ ill health in this changing world?
Does your business suffer from recurring long term employee sickness?
Does the added workload on colleagues impact your business operations when people are sick?
Do you know the financial impact employee sickness is having on your company?
An Interview with Dr Miller!
Mental ill health and poor performance at work cost; but you don’t have to accept it, we have the solution
As the cost of mental ill health in business continues to rise, our solution for business leaders, board directors and, particularly, HR & people professionals is The Healthy Business Bridge – How employee health creates business wealth. It’s now available!
Supported by case studies, Dr Doreen Miller’s book centres on our innovative health risk management system, the R-O-P-E System®, enabling you to find the root cause of employee sickness absence, particularly concerning mental ill health and presenteeism.
The book is available in hardback, paperback and as an eBook through Amazon and Ingram Spark.
Do you have control over the cost of employee ill health and poor performance in your business?
Managing your people costs in business today is becoming an even more critical issue with the recent increases in interest rates and general inflation impacting employer and employee alike.
But there’s more. The respected consultancy Deloitte published their report in March 2022 of a new study in the UK of “Costs to employers of poor mental health”. The headline numbers and their implications require careful thought:
In the year 2020-21 following the arrival of the Covid pandemic, the cost of poor mental health to UK employers increased by 25% to £56 billion compared to £45 billion in 2019;
This increase reflects the combined costs of absenteeism, presenteeism and labour turnover;
28% of employees either left in 2021 or plan to leave their jobs in 2022, 61% citing poor mental health as the reason.