"The health and wellbeing of employees makes an essential contribution to business success" Professor Dame Carol Black - National Director for Health and Work
An increasing number of employers are taking an interest in wellbeing in the workplace and recognising the link between optimising nutritional intake and employees’ wellbeing and productivity.
It is a fact that companies with an engaged workforce with high wellbeing are found to have operating margins almost three times higher than companies with low engagement.
Towers Watson Survey, 2013
Alison and her team of qualified Dietitians have extensive experience in engaging your employees during interactive workshops – all designed to empower the individual to examine what they are eating and optimise their food intake.
All workshops are accompanied by supporting literature to encourage employees to make changes in their diet and lifestyle.
Is eating lunch at your desk bad for you?
How many of us can say that we take a proper break when we're at work? Do you get up and leave the building or are you more likely to be found having a sandwich at your desk?
According to a survey carried out for BBC Breakfast, more than half of office workers regularly work through their lunch hour.
Is this bad for us?