Workplace Health Strategic Consultancy 

We specialise in providing workplace health consultancy. We have a wealth of information, have practical knowledge and have seen and built many wellbeing strategies. Our approach is personal, our processes simple and our results speak for themselves. 

We will sit with you, talk to stakeholders, review your brand, assess your data and understand where you are now. We will understand your vision and discuss resources. Then we will help you to write your strategy.

What We Do


We learn about where you are now.

Building Strategy

We create a vision of where you will be. We then write a bespoke strategy.

Action plans & transformation

We help you to action plan and transform.

Consultancy Success

An example of our work

Workplace health consultancy a success in the NHS. Absence at King’s was already well managed when Wellbeing4business highlighted just where our processes, administration, efficiency and most importantly our service to the Trust could be enhanced. The transformation is supported by a new ‘employee assistance programme’ and has coincided with a move to ‘fit for purpose’ accommodation. The new service was officially launched in October 2010 by Dame Carol Black. The service has improved visibility within the Trust and the team is enthusiastic about their role in enhancing the quality of patient care.

Angela Huxham, Director if Workforce Development. Kings College Hospital NHS Trust

Our Consultancy Support

We draw on 15 years experience across multiple sectors to answer your questions and support your key projects.

Policies and strategies

We can help you to write policies and strategies on wellbeing, mental health or proactive wellbeing. We can work with you onsite or remotely to build transformation plans and support on work stream meetings etc.

Project support

Our consultants can project manage service modernisation, merging OH departments and support you to procure and manage services.

Task force

We can provide expertise and drive to help manage key areas such as absence, supplier contracts and mental health.