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Active people make productive employees

Most people in employment spend 60 percent of their waking hours in work, so healthy habits in the workplace can make a big impact on staff wellbeing. Increased physical activity levels can help to combat a number of issues faced by businesses including; absenteeism, presenteeism, staff turnover, poor productivity, and poor team cohesion.

Extended periods of sedentary time can have a detrimental effect, not only on the body, but also on the mind. Even short bursts of physical activity and breaks in sedentary time can boost your brain function and immune system, reduce the risk of chronic health conditions (such as cancer, hypertension and diabetes), improve your mood and energise you. For further information on the impact of physical activity on the body and mind, you can view our infographic by clicking [here]/cms/resources/body-and-mind-infographic-2.png

Active Gloucestershire have worked with a number of small, medium and large organisations including EDF Energy, GFirst LEP and The Gloucestershire Constabulary, to help them to create a more physically active workforce. To find out how Active Gloucestershire can support your organisation, please contact our Workplace Activity Consultant, Matt Coldrey.

Learn more about these issues and the impact of physical activity.


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Gloucestershire Workplace Challenge

Take the first step toward transforming your employees' lives. Log activity, compete with colleagues and find opportunities to be more active.

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Workplace Wellbeing Charter

The Workplace Wellbeing Charter provides organisations of all sizes with personalised support to improve the health and wellbeing of employees.

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