The move to expand traditional wellness programs into more holistic well-being programs is more than just “the right thing to do” to help employees manage their personal and professional stress; it can also create significant business value.
Posted by Jill Korsh and Michael Gilmartin on July 20, 2018.
Deloitte’s 2018 Global Human Capital Trends report highlights the need for organizations to be social enterprises, not just business enterprises. This encompasses not only how organizations do business and interact with the outside world, but also how they operate internally. Empowering workers’ well-being is a strategic imperative in today’s social enterprise and is a significant contributor to building an organization’s social capital. Today well-being is not only part of the social mandate for organizations, but also an HR and business issue, linked to culture, engagement, recruiting, productivity, turnover, burnout, business performance, and more.
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