Understandably, most of today’s employees benefit from a work environment that supports wellness. Even better, companies benefit as well. Proven correlations between well-being, engagement, productivity, retention and safety ultimately benefit companies’ top and bottom lines.
The evolution of well-being coincides with employees’ returning to the office with heightened needs and expectations of their organizations. After working more independently for two years — and doing that successfully — they don’t want to return to the office to be micromanaged. The bottom line – flexibility is key. This new playbook highlights:
The evolution of well-being
Challenges of well-being related to both home- and office-based work
The growing role of HR
How HR can champion well-being for both employees and employers