A new approach to employee well-being
Published by: LifeWorks,
Technological change, customer expectations, increased workloads and tighter margins have made the workplace more demanding. Combined with personal factors such as lifestyle, family, financial worries and the pressures of an ‘always on’ society, poor employee health is something all companies will face.
In the context of today’s workplaces where the lines between work and personal life are increasingly blurred, employee well-being is no longer a ‘nice to have’ optional extra. 75% of US employees say their workplace is a major source of stress, negatively affecting their productivity levels. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. There’s a growing mountain of evidence that links poor employee well-being to reduced business performance, which HRs can no longer ignore.
Get the latest insights and learnings that will improve how your employees live their lives and drive measurable results in your business:
- Describe how employee well-being is a global workplace problem
- Identify what employee well-being is and why it matters
- Identify the complexity of the challenge for businesses
- Discuss why a new approach is needed
- Determine the best outcome for employee well-being
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