Space for your people to be at their best

Prioritising space for wellbeing at work can lead to:
• increased productivity and performance
• reduced sickness and absenteeism
• better retention and recruitment.

Evidence shows that taking regular breaks improves performance, productivity and creativity — and that skipping breaks can lead to stress and exhaustion.

By offering people a space to meditate, pray or even just think, you can empower employees to manage their own stress and wellbeing at work based on their own beliefs.

But to get the full benefits you need it to be a place that isn’t just another work area, so that people can really avoid burnout by taking a proper break. That’s where the advantages of a professionally designed quiet room really pay off. A well-designed space not only improves the performance of your existing teams, but also helps attract high-quality employees and reduce turnover.

Many people practice some form of meditation or belong to religions that encourage daily prayer. By providing a space for these practices, you send a message that the wellbeing of your workforce is a priority. It will also enhance your reputation as a good company to work for, paying off in the retention and recruitment of talent.

We are experts in the design of quiet rooms

We design beautiful, tranquil spaces that provide temporary sanctuaries for employees to take a moment away from the stress of our fast-paced, high-tech world.

Our professional team create unique environments that work for both the organisation and for the individual.

Ministry of Calm (formerly Quiet Room Designs) remains the UK’s only specialist service offering quiet room and prayer room consultancy and design.

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The costs of not supporting employees’ wellbeing

£15.1 billion
UK annual cost of reduced productivity from mental ill-health
Average cost per employee of sickness absence each year.
£8.1 billion
UK annual cost of sickness from mental ill-health
Salary x 3
Average cost of replacing staff who leave owing to impaired well-being
24 days
Average number of days per case lost to stress, anxiety or depression