'Do NOT wait until your employees are off work with stress and burnout before putting support in place. By then it's way too late.' Sara Lodge, Beehive/b.SAFE director
At this time of Covid 19 Beehive is focusing on workplace well-being. The aim of 'b.WELL with Beehive' is to help businesses support the well-being of their workforce - so much more important at this time than before - by offering resources, links and services to help you take care of your most valuable and expensive resource - your workforce. Go to b.WELL with Beehive to find out more.
The Covid 19 pandemic has launched us all into unprecedented waters. As hard as it would have been to imagine on January 1st 2020, the world has gone into lockdown, and four out of five of the world's workers have had their jobs and security impacted on negatively. The world's health services are buckling. The global economy, which had just recovered from the financial crash of 2008, has now suffered its biggest blow since the second world war.
All of which puts astonishing pressure on the globe's workforce. Those in work - the key workers - have increased workloads. Those out of work or on reduced hours have increased insecurity and stress. Leaders are being looked to to provide guidance in a situation they have never confronted before. We all need the emotional resilience to survive this, and to thrive afterwards.
We chose the name ‘Beehive' because we think it's a great metaphor for a buzzing, creative, productive organisation – just what we are. Our aim is to help you get the most from the most valuable resource in your organisation – your workforce – and to apply the principles of sustainability to organisational learning, behavioural safety and safety culture. This requires two things:
at every level in an organisation, from board to employee. This is how we do it:
Beehive is a values-led organisation, committed to providing a consistently high level of quality of service to its clients, the community and the environment. We are proud to be: