Stress related absence costs the UK an estimated 10% of it's GNP, so it makes sense for businesses to look after the emotional resilience of their employees. Nutrition is an integral part of supporting employees to be more resilient, have better sleep, increased energy, more positive mood and to be more focused.
Employees who are engaged with their organisation take an average of 3.8 less sick days a year, meaning improved productivity, less absence and a happier workforce. Cardiff Nutritionist has over seven years experience in giving employees the tools to improve their own health and wellbeing with simple and practical changes that work with busy lifestyles.
What I offer
Workshops & presentations
From an hour to a full day and covering topics including building resilience to stress, increasing energy levels and concentration, supporting mental health and managing menopause.
Drop in clinics
Staff can come to ask questions and discuss health concerns and goals on a 121 basis. This can be in a private seated area or can be done as part of a tasting table where they can sample healthy snacks. Food is always a good way to get people talking!
Courses & Programmes
From 30 days to three months and tailored to the individual organisation. These can include a step by step approach to building resilience to stress, sustainable weight loss or other priorities identified by the business.
Ideal for staff who are struggling with chronic conditions or with stress. They provide personalised support for the staff member and can decrease absence. These sessions can be fully paid for or subsidised by the employer.
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Experience & Feedback
Cardiff Nutritionist has been providing wellbeing services to organisations since 2011, allowing a unique insight into what works and what employees are most likely to engage with.
"Joanne Crovini was fantastic. She gave excellent advice and tips on a subject I am very interested in" Dyfed Powys Police
"Very informative, lots of tips. Gave me a lot to think about, the way I eat and what I eat and foods I could introduce" Cardiff University via Revive at Work
"You are the first person to make any dietary sense!"
David, Balfour Beatty
Who I've worked with