Tag - employee wellness

Prioritize employee wellness with the employee wellness survey. Leadership, stay connected with your workforce.

Infographic: Employee Wellness Survey

In the turmoil of the initial pandemic, employers naturally focused on resolving the major problems such as businesses closing, partnerships coming to an end, or market demand plummeting. Doing what they could to persevere, employers neglect the not-so-obvious issue…employee wellness during a crisis.    Employers/Leaders/HR: Have you been able to take a step back and listen to your people (instead of the news)?   Employees/Staff: Are you able to express your concerns with the company you work for? How did your organization alleviate [...]

Boost employee wellness in stressful times with these employee engagement tips. Gather employee feedback to improve well-being.

The 5 Ways to Boost Employee Wellness in Stressful Times

Employee mental health now confronts every employer in every country like never before. Although its relevance increased in recent years, the current global health event forced employers to rethink the importance of understanding employees’ state of mental health and overall wellness. Right now[1], employees are experiencing significant change with perpetually elevated anxiety and stress. Extensive research indicates that happier employees increase productivity from 12% – 20%[2]. As stress increases, performance and product quality plummets. Most employers want their workforce to [...]

Make employee mental wellness and work-life balance a priority for your organization. Learn the signs for leaders to identify.

The 3 Signs You Can’t Ignore: Employee Mental Wellness Warnings

Employee mental wellness was always a workplace concern, but never a priority. Elevated amidst the global pandemic, COVID-19 created a universal sense of uncertainty that would not subside. This is forcing employers to evaluate work-life balance like never before. Those who work from home may face additional challenges such as isolation from their friends and coworkers, increased childcare and home-schooling responsibilities, adjusting to distracted workspaces, and taking care of older and/or immunocompromised friends and family members1. These unique circumstances [...]