Corporate Fitness in Manchester and across the UK is becoming an area that many employers are turning to and where it was once considered a perk, it is now considered a shrewd investment and necessity.
With the growth of the digital age there are a substantial number of employees who spend the majority of their working day at their desks. In the main, office hours are increasing and personal time decreasing and sadly it is exercise that is often last on a busy person’s agenda.
Corporate fitness in Manchester with quality fitness programmes produced by Ollie Lawrence Personal Trainer enables the communication of positive corporate values providing the perfect solution for attracting and retaining top business talent.
Ollie produces highly effective, sustainable corporate fitness programmes that provide the fastest results in the healthiest ways, whilst taking into consideration each employees’ level of fitness.
Corporate fitness in Manchester with fully qualified personal trainers such as Ollie and his team is an exceptionally attractive proposition for any employer’s bottom line profits!
Ollie runs successful corporate fitness programmes in Manchester with a range of professionals including doctors and dentists; other examples of Ollie’s current corporate fitness clients include:
Both HFL Building Solutions and High Access enjoy the perks of investing in their employees through PT corporate fitness schemes. Some of the many benefits Ollie’s corporate fitness schemes provide both employees and employers through his tailored PT programmes include:
- Increased employee retention
- Increased employee productivity
- Reduction of sickness and injury pay
- Reduction of employee absenteeism and smoother workflow
- Improvement of both employee morale and relations
- Reduced levels of stress and increased stamina in workers
- Attracting top business talent during recruitment processes
Government Report: ‘Work, health and well-being – building the case for wellness’
It’s already widely recognised that lack of exercise negatively impacts both mind and body which becomes a critical issue to a business when it starts to erode bottom line profits.
In a report produced on 4th February 2008 by PricewaterhouseCoopers (trading as PwC) and published on 8th July 2013 by The Department of Work and Pensions findings show that the cost of ill health within the workplace is rapidly becoming an issue which can no longer be ignored by employers. Ill health within a workforce the report finds, means increased absenteeism and poor performances from employees.
In the report, the HSE (Health and Safety Executive) estimated that between 2005 / 6 there were a collective 9.5 million working days lost in the UK due to musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). During 2006 / 7, HSE further reports that approximately 13.8 million working days collectively across the UK were lost due to depression, anxiety and work related stress.
The complete report complied for the Department for Work and Pensions can be found here.
Savvy employers are perfectly aware that introducing employee wellness and corporate fitness programmes are ways of taking care of bottom line profits specifically pertaining to optimising staff productivity.
Corporate Fitness in Manchester is an essential employee benefit that Ollie Lawrence Personal Trainer provides to businesses in the locality, training your staff either on or off-site. Ollie Lawrence and his team design a corporate fitness programme that fits the requirements of a particular organisation regardless of whether 10 or 2,000 people are employed.
Whether you want your corporate fitness sessions to take place on-site or within close proximity of your workplace there is a solution to accommodate your business and workforce.
If you are looking for Corporate Fitness in Manchester and want to take advantage of the cost saving benefits of introducing these schemes to your workforce, to find out more click here or call Ollie directly today on 07540 135814.
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