Great organizations know that well-being is key for a person’s ability to thrive at work.
And when employees believe they have support from their organization, they’re more likely to have higher well-being. The opposite is true, too — employees are more likely to feel lower levels of well-being when they perceive lower organizational support.
This organizational support for well-being concept isn’t new — but you don’t always see it defined in a structured way. The Limeade Organizational Support for Well-Being Model changes that.
Take a peek at the eight different components that can amplify how you support your employees across local and organization-wide levels: