Business Growth

Better Food Choices: How to Support Your Employees

HR, Wellbeing

24/09/2024 9:30 am

24/09/2024 11:00 am


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For further information on this event, please contact: Hannah Kerridge on 07741 163242 or email


In this session you will learn how employees’ eating habits and what they eat can have significant impact on their performance. This can be in employee attendance, productivity, performance, effectiveness, quality of work and retention.

Research shows the impact this has in the workplace:
1. Employers will lose approximately 25% in staff productivity every month due to poor food choices., not to mention the impact on mental health and wellbeing.
2. The burden of ill health through food counts for approximately 10% of UK absence rates from work.
3. The ongoing Cost of Living Crisis is impacting employees significantly. As prices rise, salaries are not keeping up leading to financial stress. Food is not a priority as a financial outgoing.
4. Poor food choices impacts physical and mental wellbeing.


Who should attend:
Business owners and managers who are responsible for a team or individuals who want to improve wellbeing and productivity in the workplace.

What is covered:
• How eating habits impact employees
• Why healthy eating can improve productivity
• Tips on making healthy changes
• Ideas for quick meals
• Access to FREE printable recipes

What outcomes can you expect from joining us

What outcomes will be achieved:
During this webinar you will be given tips on how to help your employees by supporting better food choices and eating habits.

You will also receive a free printable recipe card that you can share with your employees. The ingredients are cheap, the process requires very little skill and is very quick to make.

This webinar will be delivered by Rebecca Brown, founder of SimpliciB.

Rebecca has over 15 years’ experience working with various companies as an operational expert offering educational training to embed essential food skills. Rebecca supports individuals, families and businesses to improve performance and productivity through promoting healthy eating habits and wellbeing.

Rebecca has a number of awards including, Awarded ‘Most Dedicated Food Consultant 2024 – Derbyshire’ the Business Elite Awards, being nominated for the Outstanding Women in Professional Service – East Midlands 2024 and #SBS Winner – Small Business Sunday.

Additional Information

Workshops are open to start-up and established small to medium sized enterprises located in the following local authority areas taking part in the East Midlands Chamber’s Accelerator project:
Amber Valley; Ashfield; Bassetlaw; Broxtowe; Chesterfield; Derby; Derbyshire Dales; Erewash; Gedling; High Peak; Leicester City; Mansfield; Newark & Sherwood; North East Derbyshire; Nottingham; Rushcliffe; South Derbyshire.
(Please note: Businesses based in districts not participating in the Accelerator project (i.e. Bolsover; Leicestershire) may attend providing they are members of East Midlands Chamber. In such instances, please contact Hannah Kerridge on 07741 163242 who will approve your booking.)
The Accelerator project delivers online webinars and full-day workshops. The webinars are designed as one-hour taster sessions and the workshops as full-day training sessions which are designed to provide delegates with an actionable plan and strategy.
This project is funded by the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) and is delivered by East Midlands Chamber.

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