When it comes to work and wellbeing, most organizations pick just a few parts – such as physical, mental, or financial – to focus on. But research shows that this “divide and conquer” approach has limited effectiveness.
Because wellbeing is more than the sum of its parts. Like riding a bicycle, wellbeing requires us to do multiple things at once without really thinking about it. But the relationship between wellbeing is far more complex and less well understood than riding a bike.
And it’s costing your company a lot more than you think…
"Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving."
The amount it costs companies to deal with poor employee mental health.
—World Economic Forum. Mental Health in the Workplace: the Coming Revolution (2021)
Companies with wellness programs see a 66% reduction in absenteeism.
—Harvard Business Review. State of the the Global Workforce Report (2022)
Organizations that prioritize employee wellbeing outperform competitors by up to 2.3 times.
So … how do you master wellbeing at work?
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