Life is short. Too often we have seen burn out and stress, causing ill-health and adversely affecting our relationships.

No job is worth that!

” Well-being is about the combination of our love for what we do each day, the quality of our relationships, the security of our finances, the vibrancy of our physical health , and the pride we take in what we have contributed to our communities. Most importantly, it’s about how these five elements interact. “

 – Tom Rath

If you take care of your employees, they will take care of your clients

 – Richard Branson

At Like-Minded, we aim for a work-life balance that keeps us, and our clients, healthy and happy. We encourage open and honest conversations when the balance is off and help each other to bring it back in line. To help us keep on track , our regular staff check-ins use a simple, yet effective way of making sure that one area of our life is not getting attention at the expense of another. We follow The Five Essential Elements of Wellbeing (Tom Rath). These five critical areas of our lives are interdependent; focusing on any one of them in isolation can lead to frustration and failure.

Career | Physical | Financial | Social | Community

Explore each of the five elements to find out what we are doing with to try and keep a healthy balance in our lives.


Encourage staff to discuss career aspirations openly.

Develop staff personal showcase portfolio.

Set individual learning plans.

On-the-job opportunities for skills growth.

Attendance at relevant conferences.


Actively work to keep the working week to 37.5 hour maximum.

Financial contribution to promote physical wellbeing, eg sport subscription or membership, entry to a sporting event.

Flexible start and finish around core hours.

Flexibility of working around family and personal appointments.


We pay a fair wage for the work asked of staff.

Bonuses are paid on team achievements.

We operate financial transparency, sharing monthly revenue and expenses information with staff.


Contribute to support local charitable organisations.

Provide free services to some of our not-for-profit connections.

Allow staff time out for volunteer work.


Social activities for staff and their families.

Regular team lunches to create time to chat.

Ensure everyone has time for fun!

Four weeks leave + three gifted days at Christmas + no work allowed on your birthday!

Note: Some of these are contractual arrangements; others are discretionary bonuses.