Wellbeing insights: why strategic wellbeing programmes give employers a competitive edge
We are currently in a period of rapid change both in the workplace and societally. Organisations are facing complex issues such as new technologies, uncertain politics, demographic and geographic changes to the workforce and increasing competition; against a backdrop of declining UK productivity.
Strategic workplace wellbeing programmes offer employers a competitive edge – employees feel cared for and offer additional discretionary effort. They stay with businesses, reducing turnover costs and retaining skills and talent.
Judith Grant is director of health and wellbeing at Mace Group. She is a judge for The Employee Wellbeing Awards 2019, now open for entries.
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