Workplace Wellness – A Top Priority at SA Business School!
With work-related stress and healthcare costs on the rise, the need today for corporate wellness cannot be overstated. Smart Business Leaders know that whilst people are your biggest asset, they can also be your biggest risk. Which is why the majority of top South African Employers have included comprehensive in-house wellness programmes.
At SA Business School, we have made Wellness a top priority because we understand, above all, that in order to provide world-class service to our clients we must start by providing world-class service to our staff. All employees – from the MD to the newest member of staff – make use of our in-house Wellness Clinic. The ongoing care as well as tailor-made health care initiatives ultimately benefit both employee and employer and ensure that at SA Business School we have the happiest and healthiest staff.
THE IMPACTFULL IN-HOUSE WELLNESS PROGRAMME INCLUDES:
A FULL-TIME NURSE
SA Business School’s in-house nurse consults with an average of 220 patients a month. All SABS staff members make their own appointments and all medical information is strictly confidential.
FREE LICENSED DISPENSARY
Provides lifesaving medications, including chronic medications to control blood pressure etc.
COUNSELLING & 24 HOUR CALL CENTRE
SABS staff have access to their choice of telephonic or face-to-face counselling offering professional support on personal matters relating to; Legal Aid, Stress- Management, Financial Advice, HIV/AIDS Therapy, Addiction Counselling, Family Matters & Trauma Counselling. There is also disability awareness and HIV training for all staff. Plus, any assistance with hospital admissions, when necessary.
FOCUSED WELLNESS DAYS
These well-attended days include voluntary blood drives, free glucose, blood pressure and cholesterol testing, BMI, HIV/Aids Testing and quarterly Sieff Eye Testing. Other significant offerings include Flu Vaccines and Level 1&2 First Aid Training, as well as fire-fighting courses.
NEWS & UPDATES
A monthly newsletter is distributed to all SA Business School staff members informing them of any upcoming in-house initiatives, and includes relevant health-related reading material.