With expert help from the brilliant Kristel Bauer, we’ve put together 8 wellbeing email templates that you can use right now to support staff wellbeing.

This year has been a challenge like no other. For millions across the globe, the home has become the workplace for the first time. That has meant dealing with dodgy broadband connections, kids interrupting meetings, new and imaginative workspaces, and a great deal of stress and anxiety.

And for those who have been heading into the workplace or on-site, the worries and stresses of being COVID-safe have created equally difficult and new scenarios that have caused worry and ill-health. Indeed, the population as a whole has been struggling with poor mental and physical health as the restrictions implemented by governments across the world have caused upheaval to the norm.

Support Your Staff with Expertly-Crafted Wellbeing Emails

Earlier in the year, we released our popular temporary home worker email templates. These templates help employers and health and safety managers to quickly communicate core concerns of the home working staff. We tackled issues like comfort, exercise and fire safety.

With so many issues coming to the fore at the end of this year, we wanted to ensure that we could do the same for a wider variety of health concerns, so we worked with the wonderful Kristel Bauer to create these wellbeing email templates.

We’ve been working with Kristel for a little while now. Her organisation Live Greatly are at the forefront of corporate wellness, and she’s a powerful keynote speaker, consultant and podcast host. In fact, you can listen to her podcasts on Apple here.

What’s Covered in the Email Templates?

The email templates cover a broad range of wellbeing tips and techniques, and support workers to maximise their health through small changes in their habits. These focus on things like sleep, movement, mindfulness, establishing morning routines and creating a better work-life balance. Together, these small changes can create a better physical, mental and emotional environment for workers to thrive, and carve a little space for themselves in the madness of pandemic life!

For example, small changes could be creating a pre-sleep routine to improve sleep, or introducing nutritious foods that can have a profound impact on physical and mental health. Alternatively, it could be learning how to start living a more mindful life or writing down intentions at the start of the day.

We’ve created 8 email templates. They cover:

  • Navigating the Stress of the Holidays
  • Breathing Techniques to Relax and Manage Stress
  • Establishing a Healthy Work-Life Balance
  • Get Moving
  • Mindfulness Practices
  • Morning Routines
  • Nutrition and Your Mood
  • Tips for Optimal Sleep

To download the wellbeing email templates, head to our download page here. If you need any help, or would like to speak to someone about how we can be part of your wellbeing strategy get in touch at [email protected].

Wellbeing email templates to support worker health. Download here

Mental Health Awareness

To help organisations support physical, mental and emotional health, we’ve got an array of tools that enable efficient and effective training and risks assessment through software. Healthy Working builds in DSE and ergonomics training and complements your health strategies. Combined with that, we’ve built specific courses that support mental and emotional health, such as our Mental Health Awareness course.

Mental Health Awareness is designed to help employees discover ways to support mental wellbeing and to help others who may be struggling. Covering a variety of topics, from stress to depression, culture and crisis, this course helps staff to understand mental health, wellbeing, risk factors, triggers and tools to cope.

You can find out more about our Mental Health Awareness course here.

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