Wellbeing at Work are commissioned by Plymouth City Council to deliver services to businesses in Plymouth or to those businesses with over 50% of their employees having a Plymouth postcode.

Happy New Year and an Update from Wellbeing at Work

March 15th, 2021 | News

Wellbeing at Work Virtual Conference

Unfortunately we are postponing our annual virtual conference to Wednesday 28th April due to Covid-19 and some of our team being redeployed to other parts of the organisation. Wellbeing at Work are currently helping out with the Covid-19 vaccination programme, stepping up as Healthcare Assistants at the new Care Hotel in Plymouth. We will still be offering some Wellbeing at Work services during this challenging time and we hope that you can still make this new date to hear about the fantastic wellbeing initiatives happening across Plymouth and meet our awards winners.

Book your place here

Case study from Path Devon

Have a look at what Alex from Path Devon has been up to, to support her colleagues with their Wellbeing while working from home.

Read here

New Blog Alert!

Have a read of Nita’s retirement Blog. Nita has worked for the NHS since 1985. Nita discusses what it is like to be a working mum, working in the industry and how her time was spent during her career.

Read here

Plymouth Options Workshops

Take a look at what Plymouth Options can offer in terms of free virtual training courses for Plymouth businesses.

Domestic Abuse Toolkit for Employers

We have added a number of Domestic Abuse resources to our website which may want to use on your staff intranet.

Resources here

Wellbeing Training Dates

Please follow the links below to book places onto our virtual training courses. Face to Face training is on hold following updated government guidance.

Wellbeing Champions:


Understanding Mental Health and Wellbeing:


Understanding Grief and Bereavement:


If you would like to book a virtual bespoke training session for your organisation then please email livewell.training@nhs.net which will take you the the Wellbeing Training Team.

Time to Talk Day – 4th February 2021

Time to Change is led by Mind and Rethink Mental Illness. One the 4th February it is Time to Talk Day, the theme this year is ‘The Power of Small’. The Power of Small, A small conversation about mental health ha the power to make a big difference. We know that the more conversations we have, the more myths we are bust and barriers we can break down, helping to end isolation, shame and worthlessness that too many of us with mental health problems are made to feel.

Time to Talk Day is the day that we get the nation talking about mental health. This year’s event might look a little different, but at times like this open conversations about mental health are more important than ever.

For more information please follow the link below which has been added into our Upcoming Campaigns section.

Upcoming Campaigns

1st – 31st January 2021 – Veganuary – Veganuary is the world’s largest vegan movement, inspiring people to try vegan for January and throughout the rest of the year. To find out more: click here.

1st – 31st January 2021 – Dry January – Every year Alcohol Change UK run a campaign to stop drinking alcohol for the whole January, To find out more: Click here 

18th – 24th January 2021 – Cervical Cancer Prevention Week – Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women aged 35, and 75% of cervical cancers are prevented by cervical screening (smear tests). Cervical Cancer Prevention Week encourages women to reduce their risk of the disease by promoting the steps they can take to look after their health. to find out more: Click here

1st – 28th February 2021 – LGBT History Month – LGBT History Month takes place for the whole of February each year. To get involved: Click here.

4th February 2021 – World Cancer Day – Every Action Counts, World Cancer Day is a truly global event. In order to achieve our objective of reaching as much of. Click here.

4th February – Time to Talk Day 2021 – Time to Talk Day brings the nation together to get talking and break the silence around mental health problems. Click here