How Investing in Occupational Health Services can lead to greater ROI


The business benefits of using an Occupational Health provider

As a business owner, you constantly seek ways to improve your bottom line and stay ahead of the competition. One area that often goes unnoticed, but holds the potential for significant benefits, is investing in occupational health services for your employees. At UKIM Occupational Health & Wellbeing, we understand the importance of prioritising employee health and wellbeing, and we're here to support you in unlocking the full potential of a healthier, more productive workforce.

Introducing UKIM Occupational Health & Wellbeing

Keeping your employees healthy and happy is essential for maintaining their productivity, reducing absenteeism, and improving staff morale. That's where we come in our own with our comprehensive range of Occupational Health services designed to meet the unique needs of businesses across the UK. 

CSR is key to our agenda

We recognise that our operations can have an impact within the local community in the northeast – including Durham, Newcastle & Sunderland, and the wider environment. Therefore through consultation with stakeholders, we have developed a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Policy that reflects our commitment to continuous improvement and our goal to become Net Zero by 2030.
 
Being a Gold IIP, we have built a culture based on five simple core values - quality, respect, customer focus, team spirit and innovation - which shows in everything we do.
 
Knowledge is power

Our team of experienced clinicians and therapists provide evidence-based solutions tailored to your business needs with a suite of treatments, including Case Management, Physiotherapy, Counselling, and Absence Management, to address any physical and mental health concerns. 
 
By investing in the health and safety of employees, companies are not only fulfilling their duty of care to their workforce but also securing a better future for their business. With the increasing awareness and importance placed on employee well-being, implementing an occupational health program is vital to running a successful business.
 
Providing your employees access to health and well-being resources can improve overall health, fewer sick days, and increase productivity. It can also help promote a positive company culture, showing your staff that you value their well-being and providing a better work-life balance.

Our useful Employee MOT Checklist details just some of the benefits of investing in UKIM Occupational Health & Wellbeing for your Employees and Business and how you can: 

  • Reduce absenteeism: Healthier employees mean fewer sick days, lower absenteeism costs, and increased productivity.
  • Increase productivity: Physical and mental health support leads to a more engaged, focused, and efficient workforce.
  • Lower healthcare costs: Preventative measures like regular screenings help identify health issues early, reducing overall healthcare expenses.
  • Improve employee retention: A focus on health and well-being encourages top talent to stay with the company.
  • Enhance company reputation: Prioritising employee health attracts potential clients, partners, and employees, boosting competitiveness.
  • Improve decision-making and risk management: Compliance with health and safety regulations and healthier employees lead to reduced risks, fines, and accidents.
  • Improve employee satisfaction and engagement: Supportive environments increase job satisfaction and motivation, driving business success.
  • Reduce staff turnover and recruitment costs: Lower employee turnover rates save on hiring and training expenses.

Why choose UKIM Occupational Health?

OH, is an investment in the future success of your business; it demonstrates your commitment to maintaining a healthy working environment while reducing long-term costs associated with absenteeism or turnover rates. Through our extensive experience and expertise at UKIM, you can trust us to help enhance the well-being of your staff so your business can continue to thrive in the current climate. 
 
From tailored health programs to highly qualified staff, there's a reason why we are one of the leading providers of occupational health services in the UK. With a focus on preventative measures, we work with our clients to promote healthy and safe working environments, reducing the likelihood of accidents and injuries. 

Invest in occupational health today and reap the rewards for years to come.

By partnering with us for your OH services, you will not only drive a greater return on investment (ROI) for your business, but you will be partnering with a likeminded company that invests heavily in their employee health and wellbeing, which is contributing to our ongoing success of being a respected employer in the northeast.
 
Find out more about our range of OH services or get in touch.

UKIM Occupational Health & Wellbeing, Brenner House, Rainton Bridge Business Park, Houghton-le-Spring, Sunderland, Tyne & Wear, DH4 5RA.

Call us on 0191 512 8220 or email: wellbeing@ukim-oh.com

Alan Ballard is Partnership Director at UKIM.
With over 15 years experience in the Occupational Health sector, Alan has worked on some of the largest OH contracts in the UK, utilising his skills in Project Management, Modelling and Account Management.

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Alternatively, for more information on how we can support your business, please call 0191 512 8220, e-mail wellbeing@ukim-oh.com, or complete the form on this page - our specialist team will be in touch to help with your query.


Are you an employee?

If you have any health conditions or concerns that you are worried may impact your performance at work, we would encourage you to discuss them with your employer in a transparent and open manner. They may be able to provide support or a referral to our Occupational Health services (like Physiotherapy or Counselling) to help you manage your health at work.

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