Since 2003, Well at Work has been raising awareness of mental health in the workplace and enabling staff to feel empowered in respect to their own and other’s mental health with practical support, advice, and toolkits.
We believe that creating an open and supportive working environment can improve staff resilience and productivity levels, and we are here to help you on that journey.
We are part of the Mind Network, providing mental health advice from mental health professionals.
100% of our fee goes towards local charity, Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing, and Hounslow Mind.
Meet the team
Alice Cheshire – Head of Well at Work
Alice joined Well at Work in 2019 as Head of Well at Work and leads on the consultancy offering.
Alice helps organisations at any stage of their wellbeing journey to understand where they need to go and how they can get there, ensuring that any key stakeholders are bought in and that the change is embedded across the whole organisation. She helps organisations create a culture where employee wellbeing is prioritised and recognised as essential to employee satisfaction and performance.
Prior to joining the team she worked in management consulting where she experienced first hand the impact of a high pressure working environment, as well as seeing friends and colleagues experience a range of mental health problems as a result of long hours, stressful roles and management that didn’t feel confident in handling the topic of mental health.
Louise Hill – Senior Workplace Wellbeing Trainer
Louise joined Well at Work in March 2021 as a Workplace Wellbeing Trainer to deliver training on mental health awareness, but has gone on to present and develop many of Well at Work’s trainings and workshops.
Louise is passionate about mental health and wellbeing, with a particular interest in how organisations can empower and support their employees with their mental health.
With over 20 years’ experience as a HR Manager, Trainer, and Senior Manager in the hospitality industry, Louise is well aware of the effect stress can put on our mental health. Louise holds a degree in psychology from Westminster University London, and is a qualified trainer with a level 3 Award in Education and Training.
Louise shares her own lived experience of living and working with PMDD, a mental health condition which can cause many emotional and physical symptoms, enabling her to deliver training with compassion and understanding.