Culture tells employees what’s acceptable — so it needs to visibly demonstrate support for well-being improvement through policies and programs.
Many people learn about well-being for the first time through the resources available at their workplace. Here are 4 ways to inspire employee improvement.
Leaders help highlight and define the value of well-being improvement with their personal examples and reinforcement.
Organizations that connect their business strategy, people strategy and wellness initiatives will be the most likely to succeed on all fronts.
Your physical work environment can work against or in support of your well-being.
Formal and informal social networks can provide great support for well-being improvement.
Peers, not money, are the top reason employees go the extra mile. When an organization focuses on peer-to-peer recognition and collaboration, it builds a foundation for high employee engagement.
Most employees say their immediate managers matter more than C-suite leadership when it comes to well-being support. But often, managers don’t understand how to talk with their employees about well-being.
Take a peek at the eight different components that can amplify how you support your employees across local and organization-wide levels.