The challenge...

For organisations to succeed in the current and post pandemic market, employee mental health has to be a priority. Poor mental health negatively impacts:

Productivity    Churn    Engagement     Absence     Overall culture


In 2019/20 stress, depression or anxiety accounted for 55% of all working days lost

HSE.Gov report 2020


Estimated cost of poor mental health on the private sector per employee

Deloitte: research - January 2020


Number of people who will suffer with poor mental health in any given year

Deloitte: research - January 2020

What can you do?

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The Benefits

"Workplace counselling contributes to “significant improvements on most attitude-to-work factors: opportunity for control, skill use, job demand, clarity, feeling valued, interpersonal contact, competence, work spill-over, adequacy of pay and job satisfaction”. To put it another way, counselling leads to happier, more positive and secure employees."

2012 Cambridge University study

Reduced absence

Ensuring employees stay in work for longer and come back quicker.


Not only reduce the cost of absence, presenteeism and churn but improve productivity from a more engaged, happy workforce.


Findings by Gallup show that highly engaged teams show 21% greater profitability - Those teams who score in the top 20% in engagement realise a 41% reduction in absenteeism, and 59% less turnover.


Every time you lose an employee it costs you six to nine months’ salary on average? By creating a supportive culture, you can gain momentum to grow retain and recruit the best talent.

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Ten sessions with a qualified Integrative therapist. Giving staff time to gain skills in emotional intelligence, mental wellbeing and increased self esteem



Online workshops to create a framework to access your resilience, understanding what it means to you and a toolkit to be proactive with your resilience



Leadership training to create a culture of awareness and openness. Learn how to communicate with staff and improve employee relationships.

Why Us?

Take a Seat is a brand for Innovators

For employers who recognise that to grow their business it starts with their most valuable resource, people.

Creating a culture of support and development where investing in people means they are invested in you

Start Investing in your people for as little as £95 per session. Contact us below to get started

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