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Wellbeing in the workplace

Over the past few years, businesses have begun redefining the way we work. Transitioning away from the traditional office environment towards more flexible working solutions, virtual offices and co-working spaces. More and more businesses are adopting this modern approach to working and scrapping conventional standards of the 9-5 office job life.

But, with all these business changes comes the impact on employees’ wellbeing. With numerous businesses already operating in the flexible working sector, how can they adapt to support mental wellbeing in the workplace? The answer lies in incorporating new wellness strategies, tailored towards co-working and virtual office spaces.

How virtual offices can improve workplace wellbeing

Virtual offices offer businesses and their teams greater flexibility. With the ability to operate from anywhere, employees are able to adapt their work schedule to increase productivity and accommodate external factors like childcare and healthcare appointments. Without the constraints of a physical office, remote working encourages employees to find a greater work-life balance, which can significantly improve mental and physical wellbeing in the workplace.

However, remote working can present its own challenges. As work and home-life become intertwined, it’s important to set clear boundaries between the two. Here are a few examples of how our virtual offices can improve your health and wellbeing whilst working remotely.

Mail Handling

At Grosvenor House, we can manage your correspondence to help separate work from your home life. With our post handling services, our team are on-hand to receive, organise and forward your mail. Not only can this promote wellbeing in the workplace, by separating your personal and professional admin, it also provides you with a prestigious office address for existing and prospective clients.

Meeting Room Hire

Often, when working remotely, employees and business owners alike, can experience feelings of loneliness and isolation. Communicating exclusively online, though efficient, can limit your professional relationships, making them exclusively transactional.

However, with our meeting room hire, you can host meetings, conferences and corporate events for your colleagues and clients to simultaneously promote wellbeing in the workplace, whilst helping develop and nurture lasting business relationships. With modern décor and our team on-site to assist you, this ergonomic space encourages socialising and inspires productivity.

Exclusive Office Number

Without an dedicated work number, maintaining workplace boundaries can be incredibly challenging. In turn, this can have a negative impact on mental wellbeing in the workplace. That’s why we provide our clients with exclusive office numbers. By separating business calls from personal ones, it’s easier adhere to your working hours, whilst also maintaining brand consistency by providing personalised, professional business greetings.

How to improve health and wellbeing in your workplace

At Grosvenor House, we work diligently to support our clients and their wellbeing. That’s why we’ve collated some additional methods of improving wellbeing in the workplace. Whether you work remotely or on-site, these tips will support your mental and physical health at work:

    1. Socialise often – this is a great way to break up your working day. Remote workers often feel lonely and tend to work more hours due to lack of social interaction. Making a conscious effort to arrange face to face meetings, conferences and events at Grosvenor House will not only improve your wellbeing, but they will also provide you with fantastic networking opportunities.
    2. Eat well – your wellbeing is closely tied to what you eat. Maintaining a healthy diet can help you increase productivity whilst helping structure a healthier routine. Often, employees will skip a meal due to their workload or pick the most convenient option without thinking about the impact on their health.
    3. Prioritise exercise – it is important to get away from your desk, computer, smart phone and move your body. Activities like walking and yoga are popular choices for their mental health benefits, as they active reduce stress and promote proper posture after being sat at your desk all day.


Here at Grosvenor House, we offer a variety of virtual office packages. Get in touch with us today to discuss our range of bespoke office solutions and modern facilities, and discover the perfect office solution for your business.