These days, most organisations recognise the importance of supporting employee wellbeing. Research shows that engaged staff who are supported in their wellbeing – both psychological and physical – are more productive, take less sick days and are less likely to make a workers compensation claim. Having an engaged workforce can also positively contribute to an organisation’s bottom line.
But for many businesses, the challenge is knowing where to start. You might have a budget for wellbeing, or wellbeing might be something you need to address in your organisation – so where do you go from there?
Like any business decision, it’s critical to ensure your employee wellbeing initiatives are achieving a positive return on investment. This comes down to benchmarking your employee wellbeing and measuring the effectiveness of your efforts, so you know where you stand and can create a targeted roadmap for new activities or interventions.Go to Article