Amid the “Great Resignation,” job openings are surging to an all-time high — and a lack of employee care is a major culprit. Discover best practices to promote employee well-being and support retention.
This paper positions the Limeade concept of well-being relative to historical definitions and
models, highlights research on the effects of well-being in the workplace, and illustrates a path
forward for employers to care about the well-being of their employees.
This paper summarizes the behavior change literature that ultimately informs the Limeade Results Model, which illustrates the power that can come from reciprocal organizational and employee actions rooted in care.