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Your people deserve to feel their best at work.

Whether they are working at home, in the office or a mix of the two, Work-Happy can help your employees to manage their feelings and emotions about work. With so much uncertainty, change and differing personal circumstances, everyone has their own challenges in the current times.

Work-Happy puts people in control of their work happiness, wherever they are based.

Raising self-awareness, guiding internal reflection and providing the tools needed to create change, Work-Happy will help all of your people to self-manage positive changes and improve their own work happiness.

How are you supporting people in your organisation who are working more remotely but may not be feeling their best?

The perfect resource to complement your wellness programme

What if you could provide coaching to all of your employees in this current situation? What if everyone in your organisations could be supported to reflect thoroughly on their workplace happiness and identify an area they'd like to improve, but without having to speak to another person?

Work-Happy is for anyone who wants to feel happier and more productive at work. It is designed for individuals, to encourage ownership and action at the individual level where happiness, engagement and performance lies. We enable people to make change happen for themselves.

Work happiness counts.

Why is this so important? Because happy people thrive. When they’re feeling their best, they give their best. They’re more loyal, more productive and off work less often – all in all, contributing to a more positive working environment. Making sure your people get what they need from work – keeping them happy – isn’t just the sign of a good employer. It’s a win-win.

“The realisation that I could do something about how I was feeling, felt like a weight had been lifted from my shoulders. I now feel much more in control of my work life and actually feel grateful for my job!

70% of employees feel disengaged and unhappy at work – and it’s not improving.