Holistic workplace wellness
Nothing is more important than your health.
In our recent Think Space blog, we talked about setting goals and being ready for whatever 2021 has in store. A big part of reaching or achieving those goals is wellness, and when it comes to the workplace, that’s a multi-faceted topic.
Sure, your company may have a workplace wellness program in some form or another. But are you communicating with employees about the different ways in which they can take control of their health and well-being at work?
Physical and mental wellness, combined with a renewed commitment to managing dependence on technology, are three key components of improved workplace wellness.
According to the Future Workplace Wellness study, 70% of respondents said that a workplace focused on their health and well-being would make them more likely to accept a new job or keep the job they have.
A holistic approach to wellness is not just encouraged, it’s necessary.