The business case for occupational health
As a senior manager, whether in the private or the public sector, you know that good employees are the most valuable assets your company or organisation has. People are your competitive edge. In the current climate it is also vital to demonstrate the bottom-line benefit and to have clear objectives for any occupational health or wellbeing programme.
A study commissioned by the Department of Work and Pensions and undertaken by Price Waterhouse Coopers found that the most modest figure for the return on investment from occupational health services and wellness programmes was a return of £2.50 for every £1 spent.
How we can help
At Syngentis we know that there is good evidence that an effective occupational health service can save your business money, increase productivity and improve the health and wellbeing of your staff. It can dramatically reduce sickness absence levels and improve staff morale.
Syngentis does not provide ‘traditional’ occupational health services but we can offer trustworthy, independent advice to help you obtain what your company needs.The Syngentis team is highly experienced and able to offer expert support at the highest level. The team has developed the clinical indicators and commissioning guidelines for the NHS.
Syngentis is a not for profit social enterprise - any surplus that we make is reinvested into improvements in health at work including research, audit, education, guidance, and new services.
We can help you identify the occupational health needs of your organisation, build specifications and support you in the tendering and selection process. We can work alongside you and your team to improve your clinical and business performance and efficiency.