During World Wellbeing Week (27 June – 3 July), Dr Chloe Schneider, our Clinical Lead spoke to Skills for Care for an exclusive interview on what does wellbeing at work really mean?Chloe.jpg

Here is a short snippet below:

How would you define wellbeing?

"I would say it's just feeling well. At its basic, it's just feeling alright, feeling able, capable, motivated to do things you need to do."

Why is wellbeing important in the workplace?

"There's a number of reasons really, we're spending a huge amount of our time at work. Many people spend more time with their work colleagues than they do with their own family, certainly more than they do with their friends. Your work relationships are often some of the primary relational figures in your life, so it’s important because these relationships will have a direct impact on how well and able you are."

Read the full interview here.
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