Empowering Employee Wellbeing in the New World of WorkJust one in five employees feels a strong sense of wellbeing, despite a focus on wellbeing by HR leaders over the past few years.
This disconnect represents a significant risk to employers as productivity plummets, and employees who don’t feel supported in their wellbeing are more likely to be actively job hunting. The Empowering Employee Wellbeing in the New World of Work report outlines best practices for ensuring employee wellbeing, including supporting marginalised groups and the leadership and culture needed to keep people feeling happy, healthy, and better resourced to drive results.
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Just 24% of employees say their organisation supports employee wellbeing and only one-third of HR leaders say they have a budget to support employee wellbeing initiatives.
Those organisations failing to attend to wellbeing do so to their detriment, with just one in five of their employees reporting they feel a strong sense of physical and mental wellbeing.