17 07, 2022

Workplace absenteeism and sustainable employability

By |2022-09-18T21:28:05-08:00July 17th, 2022|Blog|

Workplace absenteeism and sustainable employability.

Author: Rob Waterlander 

Orginal Link: https://depijnstopthier.nl/workplace-absenteeism-and-sustainable-employability/

Lower workplace absenteeism, sustainable employability and loyalty are nice to experience for every company. As the owner, manager or HR manager of your company you would like your staff to be healthy, fit and productive during working hours.

Preventing temporary or long-term absence due to illness of your employees is of great value both operationally and financially.

In a time of a tight labor market, you have your hands full keeping employees for the company.

In addition to the people who have to work longer, there are also those who you encourage to work longer and/or discourage from leaving prematurely in order to retain valuable knowledge and experience within the company.

Investing in safety, health, vitality, motivation, involvement and development of staff pays off in sustainable employability.


In addition to the physical effect, facilitating our work contributes to greater loyalty of your people to the company.

The average age of your employee will increase more and more, these same older and experienced colleagues are often the pillars within your company.

Of course, the cost savings in particular are a motivating reason for you to engage us at your workplace.

Your employee will be helped “on the job” after which she will be (and remain) productive.

The benefits for you:




Fewer visits by employees to the family doctor, physiotherapist, hospital, etc. FOR TREATMENT AND/OR PAINKILLERS


Our promise to you is that you and your colleagues will be very excited about the results of our “painful practices” in your workplace.

Would you like to experience immediate and remarkable results with your staff?

We would be happy to talk to you about cost savings and a trial period to let you experience these revolutionary techniques.


We work in the workplace with people on their recovery, maintenance and prevention of pain and mobility issues using The Rossiter System techniques.

We would like to talk to you about the direct and indirect costs of your not (fully) employable employees and your cost savings.

The elimination and prevention of pain and movement limitations in your people contributes to sustainable employability in their current and future work.


*To what extent do employees with pain and mobility limitations and their use of painkillers increase safety risks in your workplace?

*What are the operational costs for you as a company with employees who are not (fully) employable?

*What are the financial consequences for you when the “Wet Poortwachter” / “Worker’s Comp” has to be invoked for an employee?

*What would be your savings if you could prevent someone from being deployed for months or years on a limited basis or not at all?

*Do you know the costs of terminating an employment contract with a once valued colleague as a result of chronic pain/mobility limitations?

*What are the benefits of avoiding or reducing absenteeism of your staff?

Our result: 80-85% less pain and restored mobility in mostly 1-4 sessions. This is followed by maintenance and prevention.


– there is immediate result!

– less pain from head to toe!

– you will directly save on the costs that reduce your operating result!

– You get the service that makes your staff pain free and restores their mobility!

– You get employees who do more, with less pain in the same time!

– You reduce the premium of your sick leave insurance as a result of a lower failure rate!

– You keep your people at work instead of having to replace an employee!

– You reduce your long-term costs (Wet Poortwachter  / Worker’s Comp)!

– Improve the safety on the work floor as a result of reducing the number of employees working with/without painkillers!

– You will obtain a greater loyalty of your people!

– You do have a partner who works on location anywhere in the world!


When do we discuss the aforementioned questions and your cost savings? Take advantage of our introductory offer!

Lower workplace absenteeism – mobility restored – sustainable employability

“Pain becomes louder when you don’t listen.” ~ Richard Rossiter

18 10, 2021


By |2021-10-18T22:26:03-08:00October 18th, 2021|Blog|

16 NEW Conference sessions & 7 NEW presenters!

Saturday 20th – Sunday 21st November 2021

APPI’s infamous and beloved 3-day bi-annual Conference will be going virtual this year for the first time ever! I am honoured to join a world class line up for this fantastic event. APPI’s ‘One Goal, One Community’ Conference is all about sharing knowledge between countries and between training schools, and this year the community will be bigger than ever. Join me and this amazing line up in November!

What is APPI Conference? 
‘One Goal. One Community’. Conference is the one place in the world you can come and experience masterclasses from the world’s leading Pilates teacher training companies. This Conference is all about personal growth of the Pilates teacher and as such, all barriers between training bodies are broken down to ensure the focus is on enjoyment, enlightenment and knowledge.

Over the course of the 2 days you will have the choice of 28 different sessions by 22 educators from all over the world.

Catherine Cooper, Advanced Coach & Instructor will be presenting one session across the weekend: Rossiter Stretching Technique, You can learn more about my sessions and how to book tickets on their website!

Head over to APPI Health Group International

28 11, 2020

Beyond Pilates

By |2022-06-03T02:57:07-08:00November 28th, 2020|Blog|

Beyond Pilates

When studio owners add complementary services to their offerings, they often find their job satisfaction—and bottom line—

28 11, 2020

Stretching is a Powerful Partner in Massage Sessions

By |2023-07-26T02:31:34-08:00November 28th, 2020|Blog|

Stretching is a Powerful Partner in Massage Sessions

ROSSITER STRETCHING is a powerful and effective form of pin-and-stretch release technique that provides fast results while
benefiting a massage therapist’s practice[…]

2 09, 2020

Workout of the Week in Boulder-Silvana

By |2023-07-26T02:31:50-08:00September 2nd, 2020|Blog|

Workout of the Week in Boulder-Silvana

Silvana Bush, left uses her feet to stretch the connective tissue in Greegg Lee’s arm and shoulder at Body Balance Boulder[…]

2 09, 2020

Want More Mobility Step On It

By |2023-07-26T02:32:06-08:00September 2nd, 2020|Blog|

Want More Mobility Step On It

The Rossiter System can relieve pain and give you increased mobility and greater range of movement, making it a perfect complement to Pilates[…]

2 09, 2020

The Rossiter System

By |2023-07-26T02:32:16-08:00September 2nd, 2020|Blog|

The Rossiter System

Client Driven, Practitioner-Coached BodyWork.

2 09, 2020

The Evolution of Scoring

By |2023-07-26T02:32:40-08:00September 2nd, 2020|Blog|

The Evolution of Scoring

What do overly stiff boots and joints have in common? They can be the culprit of overuse injuries that affect skaters feet and ankles, and contribute to injuries further up the kinetic chain including shin splints and pain in lower back, hips and knees.

2 09, 2020

Prevent Aches Caused By Repetitive Motion

By |2023-07-26T02:32:55-08:00September 2nd, 2020|Blog|

Prevent Aches Caused By Repetitive Motion

Richard H Rossiter is standing on my arm. His stocking foot is weighing down on a tender area in my upper left arm. As he stands on it, he instructs me to stretch out and slowly sweep the right arm and hand in an arc.

2 09, 2020

Surgery too unkind a cut says Rolfing expert

By |2023-07-26T02:16:52-08:00September 2nd, 2020|Blog|

Surgery too unkind a cut says Rolfing expert

Richard Rossiter believes surgery isn’t always the best route and here’s why scar tissue, stiff joints and body parts
that don’t work as they used to before the operation.


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