Your employees are your organization's most valuable asset. Helping them stay healthy keeps your organization healthywith reduced absenteeism due to illness, and increased productivity due to better health. So promoting workplace wellness is one of best investments you can make as an employer.
A healthy workplace means more than just warding off colds and the flu. It is more holistic and takes into consideration the physical, spiritual, environmental, intellectual, emotional, occupational and mental health of employees. Wellness promotion doesn't just benefit the employee because an organization filled with healthy and fulfilled employees is a productive workplace that retains its employees. More and more organizations are creating Health and Welfare Committees who are responsible for recognizing health and safety concerns and identifying solutions.
Topics Covered in this App are Listed Below
Workplace Wellness - Introduction
Factors behind Chronic Diseases
Workplace Wellness - Initiatives
Health Risk Assessments
Workplace Wellness - Programs
Workplace Wellness - Case Study I
Workplace Wellness - Case Study II
Workplace Wellness - Engaging Employees
Workplace Wellness - Tips
Workplace Wellness - High Self-confidence
Dealing with Illness and Job Lay-off
Workplace Wellness - Worksheet - I
Workplace Wellness - Worksheet - II
8 Things You Need To Know About Employee Wellness Programs
10 Employee Wellness Ideas That Will Help You Attract Top Talent
What Is The Cost Of Losing An Employee?
The Cost of Unhealthy Employees
Creating a Wellness Program with Results
Why does wellness at work matter?
What is missing in the workplace wellness conversation today?
Wellness and work are interdependent.
Wellness is paramount in the future of work.
What does the future of wellness at work look like?
Wellness at work must be viewed through a wider lens
The rise of chronic disease is expensive to employers and to the global economy.
Poor working conditions cause illnesses, injuries, and deaths.
The costs of employee disengagement, stress, and burnout are no longer hidden.
Workplace wellness where did it come from?
Workplace wellness where is it now?
Workplace wellness represents a sizable and growing market
Impacts of workplace wellness programs are mostly intangible.
Current workplace wellness programs only address a sliver of the global workforce.
What is wrong with the state of workplace wellness today?
Current workplace wellness programs are mostly compartmentalized and reactive.
Employee interest in workplace wellness programs is tepid.
The focus on program ROI has been misdirected.
Current approaches fail to recognize the interdependence between work and wellness.
Wellness and work: A two-way relationship
Toward broader thinking on employee wellness
The future of work brings opportunities and risks.
Intense global competition threatens job security and benefits.
Workforce disengagement and disenfranchisement are widespread
Technology that increases flexibility also elevates stress.
Wellness is essential to the future of work
Wellness at Work A Few Predictions
Companies and governments will be highly motivated to reverse the current trend of an unwell workforce.
Wellness at work is a movement that will gain momentum across the world in the coming 5-10 years.
Workplace wellness programs as we know them today will disappear.
Companies must adopt a culture of wellness as the default, not the exception, if they want to attract and retain good people.
The healthiest workplaces will be a destination where people go to improve their own wellness.
How do our physical workplaces/spaces and the physical demands of our jobs affect our health and wellness?
Prioritize safety in the work environment.
Promote healthy and social behaviors through workspace design.