A Cambridgeshire charity has launched a new Workplace Wellbeing Hub aimed to support the mind, body, and soul of people across the County, regardless of their workplace or circumstances.
The Workplace Wellbeing Hub has been funded by CWC as an extra level of support for employers, employees and the self-employed – along with accessible content for loved ones too.
CWC has funded the website alongside a grant from Peterborough City Council and has also funded specific resources supplied by local mental health organisation, CPSL Mind.
Chairman Alastair Reid commented: ‘As a charity we have recognised people need additional support during these times. Many are experiencing stress in their work and personal lives due directly to the pressures brought about by the current pandemic and we feel this website will be a great help’.
The website is lively, colourful, dynamic and is easy to navigate. Among the many subjects and features included are podcasts and videos on various subjects including physical exercise, mental health resources, spirituality including topics such as mindfulness and beliefs.
It is designed to be a combination of fun and serious, there is hopefully something for everyone.
For more information see www.workplacewellbeing.org.uk
Cambridgeshire Workplace Chaplaincy (CWC) is a charity dedicated to supporting people in their work, wherever that may be. It promotes the benefits of workplace chaplaincy.
Its two primary aims are:
1. Supporting employers, employees and the self-employed – everyone in the workplace
2. Supporting its workplace chaplains of all faiths across Cambridgeshire in their work meeting
the pastoral and spiritual needs of people in work settings of all kinds.