Sunsetting 2021: The State of Employee Wellness and Well-Being
The global workforce is not OK. Currently there are several converging forces (global pandemics, changes in how and why we work, and increased job demands to name a few) that are putting steady stress and strain on employees at a time when they are being asked to be more collaborative, innovative and adaptive than ever before.
As we head toward the future of work and aim to create a work environment where employee well-being is a priority, companies cannot afford to continue to get wellness wrong or ignore it altogether. Join Forrester Analyst, Jonathan Roberts as we define, dissect, and debunk employee wellness and well-being and offer insights on how to get it right.
“People have reduced burnout to tired or fatigued. Not at all. What we’re talking about here is the gradual response to stress and physical, mental and emotional strain over time. It’s important to note: It’s gradual and it’s over time.”
This is a weekly, candid conversation with two of our very own Limeade employees — Gregg Sutch and Allie Carson who will discuss employee engagement, mental health at work, burnout and how employers can show their employees they care.
With decades of HR and benefits experience, the Mr. Cooper Group team will highlight key strategies they used to build their successful Wellbeing360 program. Don't miss this opportunity to take away actionable insights that you can use to prepare for your 2023 employee well-being goals.
Limeade Chief Marketing Officer, Dr. Patti Fletcher, and Chief People Officer, Liz Carver, highlight current employee well-being trends and insights that will empower you to redefine your workplace and help prepare you in 2023.
Learn how Limeade can help you amplify care every day