Employee wellness

Employee Well-Being: A New Perspective On ROI

For decades, employers embraced workplace wellness as a way to lower their healthcare costs. But, despite spending billions on programs annually, research shows that workplace wellness has not lowered insurance premiums. Nonetheless, before we relegate workplace wellness to a “nice to have” discretionary benefit, we need to understand, first, why it was a mistake to expect employee wellness to deliver ROI through lower healthcare costs.

COVID-19 Has Changed The Way We Run Our Business For The Better in These 3 Ways

Lead By Heidi Zak, Co-founder and co-CEO, ThirdLove @heidizaks Over the past six months, the formal definition of what it means to ” build a business” in the world has changed considerably. For example, it’s no longer “unconventional” to have a large chunk of your workforce (if not your entire workforce) be remote.

What makes a great leader? Management theorist Simon Sinek suggests, it’s someone who makes their employees feel secure, who draws staffers into a circle of trust. But creating trust and safety — especially in an uneven economy — means taking on big responsibility.

Survey: What Employees Want Most from Their Workspaces

Executive Summary A recent survey of 1,601 workers across North America reveals that air quality and light are the biggest influencers of employee performance, happiness, and wellbeing, while fitness facilities and technology-based health tools are the most trivial. Organizations need to address this if they want to reduce absenteeism, improve their bottom line, and increase employee productivity and retention.

10 Important, Insightful And Inspiring Books For Fall Reading

Fall is a time to bundle up, go for long walks, finally start a fire in the fireplace, and read a good book. I’ve selected several that are either important to read from a popular cultural standpoint, brilliant and insightful, or just plain insightful for other reasons.

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