Despite a HR focus on employee wellbeing over the past few years, the latest research from Achievers Workforce Institute uncovers that just one in five feels a strong sense of wellbeing at work.
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.
You will learn:
Wellbeing trends and challenges
The HR-employee disconnect
How to support marginalised groups at work