Workplace Wellbeing Goes Much Deeper than Physical Health

Most companies equate workplace wellness with programs that promote physical health in the workplace. While these programs achieve some results, their impact is limited.  Research by the Gallup Organization and Healthways demonstrates that the financial benefits of workplace health programs are not fully realized when they a focus only  on improving physical health. To get a maximum return on your investment, initiatives must also include other elements of well-being such as meaningful work, healthy relationships, financial well-being, and a sense of connection to the community. In addition, none of this support at the individual level will matter unless it is implemented within the context of a healthy, high-performance culture.

While this all might make implementing healthy workplace initiatives seem even more daunting than it already is, we have good news. Kyosei’s approach to workplace health provides you with a framework for integrating wellness, employee engagement, leadership development, systems design, performance management and all of your other initiatives in a way that makes sense to you and all of your employees.

Contact us to learn more about our the Kyosei Thrive Model and our unique framework for growing well-being, engagement, performance, leadership, and creativity in your organization. You can also see a list of our workplace wellness programs here.

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Adults scoring highest in all 5 key well-being elements are 68% less likely to miss work due to ill health. (Gallup & Healthways )

Employees who feel they have good work-life balance work 21% harder than those who don’t. (Survey by the Corporate Executive Board, which represents 80% of Fortune 500 companies.)