Healthier work for all

Healthier work for all

We advocate for better work through research, education, knowledge sharing and partnership with clients. We want to support organisations to meet their goals through a happier and healthier workforce.

We deliver original research and tailored solutions

We deliver original research and tailored solutions

Evidence shows that without tailoring, wellbeing interventions often fail. We have conducted research and produced guidelines for professional bodies and policy makers, including the World Health Organisation, the Institution of Safety and Health and the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development. We bring deep research knowledge to clients, and tailor solutions according to your context and needs.

Welcome to Affinity Health at Work

Welcome to Affinity Health at Work

We are an award-winning consultancy and research group. Founded in 2006, and led by Registered and Chartered Occupational Psychologists, we bring together cutting edge research with practical, real-world approaches for work, health and wellbeing.

Take a look at some of the ways we have partnered with our clients to create knowledge, develop solutions and share insights.

A Little More About Us

We are a consultancy and research group. We were founded in 2006 to bring together cutting edge research with practical, real-world approaches for work, health and wellbeing. We partner with our clients to create knowledge, develop solutions and share insights.

Our work

We work collaboratively to design and implement bespoke wellbeing solutions. Take a look at some of the ways we have helped improve work, health and wellbeing.

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Our solutions

We partner with clients to discover needs, deliver solutions, embed practices and sustain knowledge in health and wellbeing.

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Our research

We conduct research and write guidance for professional bodies, policy makers and organisations. Keep up to date with the our latest research and guidance.

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Become Test User Qualified with Affinity Health at Work!

Posted: Thu, 12 May 2022

Become Test User Qualified with Affinity Health at Work!

Starting in early June, Affinity Health at Work will begin the delivery of our Psychometric Test Use Training programme for 2022. Delegates receive training in Test Use in Ability and Personality testing, upon completion they can become Qualified Test Users with BPS and join the BPS RQTU.

Upcoming events

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New Research Consortium Masterclass Coming!

Thu, 16 Jun 2022

New Research Consortium Masterclass Coming!

On the 16th June, Affinity Health at Work will host our first face-to-face Research Consortium masterclass since 2020 on... Read More »

Clarkenwell design week

Tue, 24 May 2022

Clarkenwell design week

Dr Jo Yarker will be talking about the interaction between the psychological and physical workspace with BVN

Sickness Absence and Sustainable Return to Work Pilot

Sickness Absence and Sustainable Return to Work Pilot

Help us understand what works when it comes to return to work.

We are looking to connect with large organisations in Yorkshire and the Humber to take part in a new pilot study to improve the support and return to work process provided to employees on long-term sick leave and following their return to work.

Funded by the NIHR and in collaboration with Loughborough University, the University of Sheffield, University of Leicester and RDaSH NHS Trust. The study is based on the latest evidence and research from leading workplace health experts across the UK.

CIPD Working with Long COVID

Effecting an estimated 1.3 million people, long COVID poses a significant challenge for individuals and employers. We collaborated with the University of Sheffield, the long covid support group and the CIPD to develop an evidence review and practical guidance for individuals, groups, line managers and organisational professionals.

Working well for a new era

Looking to refresh your wellbeing strategy? Affinity's Research Consortium report, published with IOSH, brings together findings on work wellbeing from five organisations during the COVID-19 pandemic, with ideas for adapting provision to the demands of a new era.

BITC What if your job was good for you?

As Business in the Community's (BITC) Research partner, we delivered the report and literature review in partnership with the BITC Wellbeing Leadership Team and supported by the CIPD.
This report outlines how to achieve good jobs for all, sharing practical steps and case studies on how this can be implemented.

Worked With

Acas
RDASH
ISOS
WHO
Lendlease
Life Speak
MOJ
DWP
Babergh and Mid Suffolk Council
CPOSA
Santander
University of Nottingham
Society of Occupational Medicine
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