Find out what it takes to become a great place to work
By: Mady Peterson
Our recent survey of more than 1,200 people showed employees who feel they have higher well-being and organizational support are much more likely to recommend their company as a great place to work.
In fact, 99 percent of employees who feel they have higher well-being and higher organizational support say they’d recommend their company as a great place to work.
That’s near perfect!
If your company wants to be a great place to work, focus on your employees’ well-being. Well-being is tied to engagement at work — and that well-being isn’t just personal. It relies on a commitment from the organization to support employee well-being through four key factors.
Then, watch our webinar with Limeade Chief People Officer Dr. Laura Hamill and Quantum Workplace Insights Analyst Dan Harris. The two will discuss the missing link in your employee engagement strategy.
Despite the pandemic, Gallup reports a sharp drop in the percentage of employees who strongly agree that their employer cares about their overall wellbeing. Check out this guide on how to reduce employee attrition with a well-being program.