- Many organizations have employee wellbeing programs focused on physical and often financial wellbeing – which is a great start – but two other elements of wellbeing are often underaddressed: mental and social wellbeing.
- All four elements of wellbeing are interconnected so failing to adequately support one area will undermine efforts in the others. A balanced program is essential for ensuring effectiveness and securing a long-term return on invested resources and time.
- Mental, physical, social, and financial wellbeing are deeply interconnected. Each of these factors impacts our overall sense of wellbeing at work, and each of these factors is affected by our work environment and work relationships.
- Wellbeing initiatives offered through the workplace are an important way to make sure our work lives are not barriers to a satisfying personal life. Designing a wellbeing program organized around a clear vision and covering all elements of wellbeing will lead to more productive employees and make your organization a highly attractive place to work.
Impact and Result
- Establish a clear wellbeing vision for your organization and define clear goals and metrics for your wellbeing program.
- Audit existing initiatives to ensure alignment with the vision and goals and to identify any underrepresented elements of wellbeing.
- Take a strategic and purposeful approach to identifying and implementing new wellbeing initiatives that will supplement existing ones and provide balance to the program as a whole.
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