13th July 2020
A new partnership
Working together to get workplaces moving move
Rener Wellbeing form partnership with Active Partnerships' new Workplace Movement service.
Active Partnerships are delighted to form a partnership with Rener Wellbeing to help deliver workplace wellbeing service to employees across the country. Rener Wellbeing will support our nationwide network of 42 local Active Partnerships in helping workplaces see the benefits of an active workforce.
Active workplaces are healthier, happier and more productive, with less stress, lower absence and better performance. The last few months have reinforced the benefits of physical activity, including the positive affects it has on mental wellbeing. As we move out of lockdown, Workplace Movement can provide everything that companies need to support their employees to move more, whether working from home or back in workplace.
Part of the Workplace Movement support includes training courses and Active Partnerships are delighted to bring Rener Wellbeing into the delivery team alongside local Active Partnerships to offer a number of courses including, Physical Activity in the Workplace, Physical Activity for Good Mental Health and a condensed digital version of both courses with more focus on home working.
Matt Liggins, Active Partnerships National Team, said:
"We are really pleased to form this partnership with Rener Wellbeing. Their skills, experience and mission, to help organisations support their employees to sustainably improve wellbeing, fits with the aim of Workplace Movement. Working together will support employers to have a happier, healthier and more productive workforce."
Khalil Rener, Rener Wellbeing, said:
'We are really pleased to be partnered with Active Partnerships, especially as our aims of supporting people to sustainably improve their wellbeing are so aligned. We are looking forward to supporting the delivery of the Workplace Movement training sessions across the nation, to support employees to improve their physical activity levels and mental health.'
2nd March 2020
Win a table tennis package for your workplace!
Active workplaces are healthier, happier and more productive, with less stress, lower absence and better performance. To help your workplace see these benefits, Active Partnerships have launched Workplace Movement.
Join Workplace Movement by 13th March to be in with a chance of winning!
27th February 2020
Physical activity as the solution
Read the latest blog from Matt Liggins, Head of Workplace and Business Development at Active Partnerships, on why physical activity may not be what people or workplaces are asking for, but it may be the solution they need.
"There's a well-known quote which I came across again recently from public health specialist, Dr Nick Cavill, who said, "If physical activity was a pill, it would be the most cost-effective drug ever invented." That might very well be true. Being physically active helps improve overall health and wellbeing on a day to day basis and significantly reduces risks of over twenty long term health conditions."