Promoting a wellness benefit doesn’t only benefit the employee!
When your workplace is caring and supportive and is contributing to the health and well being of your staff it changes the company culture.
Most Americans spend nearly half of their waking hours working; American workers work more hours than almost any other industrialized nation in the world.
With today’s tech – our work has become “virtually” inescapable. Quietly following us 24 hours a day AND 7 days a week. We are so plugged in that we don’t even have the time to find to disconnect.
As a business leader it is not only incumbent upon ourselves to understand that we must provide buffers against the typical work stresses. But it is vital to create a compelling atmosphere. One where leaders “lead well”. Treat your team members in a healthy way. When you lead and live well you create a model for others to embrace. By doing so you will create an environment where team members strive for self care. Self care is HEALTHY to your bottom line.
When your workplace is caring and supportive and is contributing to the health and well being of your staff it changes the company culture. By doing so you will promote a supportive atmosphere where emotional and social well being helps the overall businesses bottom line.
The truth is that promoting a wellness benefit doesn’t ONLY benefit the employee. A business or any organization will always benefit when staffed with healthy and fulfilled staff. One that knows how to deal with daily stresses. And employers will retain employees who are productive and happy. The additional BONUS (other then helping with recruitment and retaining talent) these programs help reduce the employer’s skyrocketing healthcare costs.
- Unique funding vehicles that will pay for associated costs.
- EAP Programs (Employee Assistance Programs)
- Mindfulness at work
- Work-site competitions on wellness program