Additional Services

Workplace Mediation

Mediation is an increasingly useful tool for organisations, managers and individuals

Looking to manage conflict within the workplace. It is a consensual, informal and nonlegal process with no rigid rules of procedure or evidence and is voluntary. Mediation can be highly successful in many different types of conflict, including where individuals perceive they are being harassed or bullied.

Employers are encouraged to pursue the early resolution of workplace disputes themselves, thus avoiding recourse to employment tribunals.


Mediation can be defined as a process where parties are encouraged to make clear and deliberate choices whilst acknowledging the perspective of another. It explores the difficulties and focuses on the outcome of a mutually acceptable agreement.

At Health and Wellbeing @ Work our specialist mediators are all trained counsellors and psychotherapists all highly experienced in helping employees and managers resolve and manage complex issues that may be assisted with mediation. With communication often being a key inhibitor we have an excellent success rate across all industry sectors and the NHS. Organisations having their own internal mediators will often approach us to deal with complex or long standing issues or ones where external mediation will assist the process.

Occupational Health

Our team of proactive experienced Occupational Health Clinicians provide a full range of OH services to public and private sector organisations. Our aim is to work alongside organisations from recruitment selection to a full range of immunisation, vaccination, sickness absence management and employee health and wellbeing services. Please contact us to see how we are able to assist.

Bespoke training packages

Health and Wellbeing @ Work provide a range of training packages to suit all levels of the organisation. From supporting managers to manage staff health and wellbeing, mental health and resilience and stress management our courses are bespokely tailored to meet organisational needs.