There’s no silver bullet for true work-life balance. Because every employee has a different view of what the split means to them, employers can only do so much to foster a productive culture that allows for balance. Here’s what we found when we dove in to what this really means for employees and employers.
We know that employees are engaged when they’re satisfied with their health and well-being benefits. So if you’re looking to improve engagement, it’s time to listen to what financial health benefits your employees actually want.
With high-stress levels playing a significant role in employee burnout, managing stress is essential to employee well-being, engagement and productivity. In a recent study with Quantum Workplace, we surveyed nearly 2,000 participants to discover which stress management benefits employees crave.
How does fitness and healthy activities affect employee engagement? And what type of physical health benefits do employees want? We’ve got the answers here.
As an employee engagement platform company, we’re all about engagement and helping employees reach their best health, well-being and performance. One of the things we set out to find in the survey of nearly 2,000 participants is what emotional health benefits employees really want.
We’ve all heard the importance of having engaged employees – and what an impact they can have in the office – but how about what drives that engagement? Satisfaction with benefits is one notable driver. Here’s what this means for you.
Do you know what motivates your people? This was the question we set out to answer by partnering with Quantum Workplace, a leading workplace survey and employee feedback technology company. Check out our findings.