Free resources for employee wellbeing

Free resources for Free resources for employee wellbeing

We often get asked about how managers can support their employee’s wellbeing, particularly if they are working remotely. Here are some of the best free resources for employee wellbeing that we’ve found.

Emotional wellbeing

Additional support

  • Samaritans – offer listening and support to people and communities in times of need.
  • Papyrus – UK charity working on the prevention of young suicide.

Financial support

If you or your employees are struggling financially most high street banks now have measures in place to help. These include:

  • Natwest – if quote ‘struggling financially’ on the phone, app or chat box they can help and give advice. For income worries, they have a free Financial Health Check and can also help with debt management.
  • HSBC also has lots of links to help with job loss, mental health, check what you are entitled to (government benefits etc) as well as support for creating budgets or credit card repayment calculators, among others.

Additional support

  • Citizens Advice – offering independent advice.
  • Money Saving Expert – the UK’s biggest consumer website, dedicated to cutting your bills and fighting your corner with journalistic research, cutting-edge tools and a massive community – all focused on finding deals, saving cash and campaigning for financial justice.
  • Money Helper – free, impartial guidance that’s backed by government, and to recommend further, trusted support if you need it.

Physical health

It’s essential to look after our physical health, and there are lots of free apps and websites to take advantage of:

Healthy eating & drinking


All of our plan clients can now benefit from our partnership with Wellness Cloud, an online platform that provides employers with access to on-demand, remote wellbeing consultations to help your people to thrive.

If you would like help or advice about employee wellbeing, please get in touch.

Written by:

Alison King
Managing Director - Alison founded Bespoke HR in October 2005. After many years working for others in senior HR functions; she decided to start up on her own. There isn’t much that Alison doesn’t know about the world of HR, and she has surrounded herself with a team in her own mould.