Developing Resilience is not just the right thing to do

It also makes for good business

“We now find that on average employers obtain a return of £5 for every £1 invested"

Mental Health & Employers: Refreshing the Case for Investment,

Deloitte Consulting (2020)



Workplace Stress: The Impact

When 1.4million UK workers were surveyed in 2017/18, 44% attributed their sickness absences to stress, anxiety or depression.


It is estimated that these absences cost UK businesses between £74billion and £99billion every year.

In the United States, work-related stress kills an estimated 120,000 people every year.

For workers, stress-related ill health can contribute to: 

  • Diabetes

  • Obesity

  • Premature Death

  • Mental Health Issues

  • Burn Out

  • Heart Disease

  • Asthma

Resilience Pays!


Research conducted by Deloitte in January 2020 measured the financial return achieved by employers who made investments in employee wellbeing programs.

Their findings were that:


  • Employers obtain an average return of £5 for every £1 invested in employee wellbeing programs

  • The best returns come from interventions that are focused on prevention or that are designed to build employee resilience

“Resilience is not a trait that people either have or do not have. It involves behaviours, thoughts and actions that can be learned and developed in anyone.”

American Psychological Association (APA)



Developing Workplace


Resilience is not a fixed characteristic like personality, it is something anyone can learn and strengthen over time.​​

The RQi™ Psychometric Test forms the basis of all our Resilience Training as it only measures constructs that can be proactively strengthened over time with new knowledge, new skills and lifestyle changes. 

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