Ben4Business: new business package launched

Published:  22 September, 2017

Ben has launched a new package for businesses, called Ben4Business.

It brings together the services that Ben offers to industry partners in one package, consisting of a range of digital and workplace awareness initiatives and new training programmes. This approach means that Ben works with employers and their HR teams to understand the people challenges their businesses face and agree a programme of awareness and training initiatives to help address those issues.

Ben4Business partnerships are based around four key programme elements :
• BenAware
Through BenAware, Ben works with employers to raise awareness of the organisation's services to their employees. Visit www.ben.org.uk/BenAware.

• BenatWork
BenatWork supports employers in their commitment to employee wellbeing. This approach focuses on working in partnership with HR and health and wellbeing teams to understand businesses and their challenges, to co-create tailored, onsite workplace programmes of activities. An important part of this is the BenHealthCheck programme (Your physical MOT) which launched in line with the organisation’s physical health campaign in July. Visit www.ben.org.uk/BenatWork

• BenTraining
Through BenTraining, Ben delivers real business benefits of improved productivity and reduced absenteeism. Ben helps build resilience within your organisation, providing managers and employees with the skills, knowledge and confidence to recognise and address issues affecting them and your business. The first programme to be launched as part of BenTraining includes guidance and support around mental health and wellbeing and will be delivered from October. Visit www.ben.org.uk/BenTraining

• BackingBen
This part of the programme is about informing industry partners about how they can support Ben. Visit www.ben.org.uk/BackingBen

Jools Tait, Business Development Director at Ben, said: “We’re excited to launch this new package for automotive companies, which will help increase awareness about Ben to the people working in our industry.

“This new approach will add value to automotive companies by helping protect the health and wellbeing of their employees, and therefore, has a positive impact on the whole industry. In supporting the automotive workforce with their health and wellbeing, we can help sustain our industry.”

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