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The Importance of Employee Well-being

The Importance of Employee Well-being

These days, many organizations and companies are focusing on their employees' well-being because we've now realized its importance. 

Workers' well-being is a key factor in determining an organization's long-term effectiveness because it develops workplace resilience.

Many are now offering their workers: workplace flexibility, free online counseling sessions, training on empathic leadership, and subscriptions to counseling and meditation apps.

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Companies that are forward-thinking emphasize the value of everyday practices in improving one's physical well-being. 

People are suffering their highest levels of stress since the beginning of the epidemic,according to a study, with several stress-related symptoms such as alterations in sleep and increased alcohol intake. 

An Employee Financial Well-being Survey found finances to be the top cause of employee stress above their job, their health, and their relationships combined.

Employees' ties to their employer, their local community, and the planet will be strengthened if they are given opportunities to participate in their community. 

Future Workplace, a research-based firm, has identified the seven pillars of employee well-being in order to guide leaders on how to prioritize each workers' needs.

Increased compensation, enhanced learning & development programs, new internal talent mobility opportunities, and online coaching and resilience training to help employees deal with massive disruptions and new ways of working are some of the policies that employers are implementing to retain work...

Employees increasingly desire to work for a firm whose values align with their own, and purpose grounds organizations in a set of principles. 

According to the American Psychological Association's "Stress in America 2021" study, 61 percent of those surveyed had gained weight since the pandemic began, and 65 percent of those aged 18 to 23 have felt very lonely as a result of the pandemic. 

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