When you develop benefit and HR programs that support a changing, multidimensional workforce, you’ll create a culture that’s focused on organizational health and your employees’ total wellbeing. Business success is a function of the people you employ and how engaged they are with your organization. That level of engagement is linked to employee wellbeing and health.
High-performing organizations are realizing the profound benefits of building a culture that promotes the sustained wellbeing and engagement of their workforces. Thriving employees can reduce your human capital risk because they often cost less in annual benefits spend, take less time off, perform and produce at high levels, and spark your organization’s competitiveness and success.
By focusing on the total wellbeing of your employees, you can optimize your business and operational excellence to become a destination employer that attracts and retains remarkably talented contributors.