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Corporate Massages help Reduce Sickness & Boost Productivity


Wellbeing company takes its on-site massage services to big businesses, as companies look for innovative ways to reduce sickness absence and boost employee productivity

Our clients have found the following after using our services:

  • 100% say it helps maintain their general health and well-being
  • 93% of staff attend regularly
  • 50% use the service to help manage stress
  • 22% use it for treatment of a specific injury
  • 87% say it helps their working performance

“Corporate health and wellbeing makes good business and financial sense. Body Mechanics Remedial Ltd can really help a business achieve this” Revenue Manager, E-Marketing London

75%+ of sickness absence is attributed to musculoskeletal disorders (MSD’s) and stress as stated by The Health and Safety Executive (HSE)

Businesses need to adopt a ‘prevention is better than cure’ approach. Ergonomic assessments and private healthcare insurance are no longer enough

Employers have a duty of care towards their staff. Many conditions are the direct result of work related injuries or the cumulative outcome of repetitive actions and pressures over time

According to a report carried out by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and commissioned by the Health Work Wellbeing Executive in 2008:

For every £1 invested in an employee health and wellbeing programme, at least £4.17 can be expected as a benefit to cost ratio (BCR)

For the specific treatment of MSD’s, the BCR’s were significantly greater went treated at the point of on-set

“Workplace wellness makes commercial sense”

Google frequently recognised for their investment into employee health and wellbeing


With over 15 years experience within the Recruitment industry, Mark considers digital publishing, digital engagement, recruitment marketing and advertising (all media), digital video production, creative design and more recently social media development as his core knowledge and where a lot of his experience lays.

Having been at the forefront of the digital publishing sector for well over a decade, Mark has founded numerous job boards and publishing businesses.

He has very strong business ethics, built on transparency and trust and equally as important, he enjoys close working relationships with all clients. A self-confessed digital geek Mark lives and breathes online media ensuring Recruitment Buzz stays ahead of the curve.


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