Advertisement

Wellness

How To Nurture A Culture Of Wellbeing In The Workplace

According to a new report by Grokker, building a positive culture of wellbeing is a top incentive for employees. It helps to attract and retain employees and create a sense of purpose, belonging, and balance in the workplace. It starts with these 4 key strategies.

By: Cecilia Amador

September 9, 2019

Read More

Biophilic design

Using The Workplace To Defeat The Rising Levels Of Poor Mental Health In Young People

Technology has empowered people to work from anywhere, at any time, which has increased the risk of exhaustion and burnout. Here’s how workplace design can help improve mental health.

By: Guest Contributor

September 2, 2019

Read More

The State Of Workplace Wellness

A recent report about the state of workplace wellness in New Zealand shows that mental health has become a priority and that companies are increasingly investing more in the wellbeing of workers.

By: Cecilia Amador

August 26, 2019

Read More

Workplace Wellness: Forget The Perks, Remember The Basics

A Future Workplace Wellness Study found that the most important factors contributing to employee wellbeing are being overlooked. Companies need to go back to basics by focusing on air, light, and temperature, which have the biggest influence on employee health, productivity, and engagement.

By: Cecilia Amador

August 19, 2019

Read More

The Most Effective Way To Support Mental Health In The Workplace

Stress is becoming a dangerous norm in the workplace, yet many people don’t feel comfortable opening up about it. The best way to support mental health is to talk about it, which is why it’s so important to create a workplace culture that’s inclusive and supportive.

By: Cecilia Amador

August 12, 2019

Read More

What’s Behind The Increased Attention To Wellness?

According to the Global Wellness Institute (GWI), there are four macro forces that are driving consumer demand of wellness offerings. Here we take a closer look at the major forces powering the wellness movement, and how it impacts the workplace.

By: Cecilia Amador

August 5, 2019

Read More

5 Ways To Increase Participation In Your Workplace Wellness Program

Lack of participation is one of the biggest obstacles companies face when implementing workplace wellness initiatives. From leading by example to offering incentives, here are 5 ways to encourage participation in your workplace wellness program.

By: Cecilia Amador

July 29, 2019

Read More

5 Workplace Design Elements That Promote Wellness

While wellness programs and policies promote a culture of wellbeing at work, it’s equally important that the built environment contributes to a person’s health. Here are 5 ways to promote wellness through workplace design.

By: Cecilia Amador

July 22, 2019

Read More

Mental Wellness In The Workplace: 11 Statistics You Should Know

As companies realize the link between their employees’ mental health and their performance, many have started to implement workplace wellness initiatives. It’s worth the investment: the World Health Organization estimates that depression and anxiety costs the global economy US$ 1 trillion per year in lost productivity.

By: Cecilia Amador

July 15, 2019

Read More

5 Ways To Improve Workplace Wellness

Effective workplace wellness programs help reduce absenteeism, increase productivity, increase engagement, and reduce employee turnover. Here are 5 ways to improve wellbeing in the workplace for the benefit of your workforce, and your business.

By: Cecilia Amador

July 8, 2019

Read More

Q&A With Philip Vanhoutte

Nature And The Workspace Wellness Movement: A Q&A With Philip Vanhoutte

Philip Vanhoutte, co-author of The Smarter Working Manifesto, discusses ways to enhance wellbeing by integrating nature into our working lives and by improving the acoustics inside our workplaces.

By: Cat Johnson

July 1, 2019

Read More

Corporate Wellness: Key Findings From The Myers-Briggs Company’s 3-Year Study

A three-year study into workplace well-being by The Myers-Briggs Company has been released. The report focuses on what determines the well-being of people in the workplace, and how companies can improve their offing to improve the wellbeing of their workforce.

By: Cecilia Amador

July 1, 2019

Read More

WHO Recognizes Burnout As An Occupational Phenomenon, Here’s How To Prevent It

The World Health Organization (WHO) now recognizes burnout as an “occupational phenomenon” resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. These 6 tips offer easy and practical advice on how to deal with stress and burnout in the workplace.

By: Cecilia Amador

June 24, 2019

Read More

Should You Have A Workplace Wellness Policy In Place?

If your workplace wellness programs aren’t generating high engagement levels, consider implementing a policy. Human beings adhere to force of habit, and consistency can cultivate a culture of wellbeing.

By: Cecilia Amador

June 17, 2019

Read More

Is The Workplace To Blame For Bad Eating Habits?

Unhealthy eating is considered a new form of occupational hazard. It’s difficult to resist fatty or sugary foods when they’re in the workplace, and there’s a case for workspace operators to be more mindful of the snacks they provide. Here’s what to do about it.

By: Cecilia Amador

June 10, 2019

Read More

leaving so s0on?

Get A Free Subscription To Our Weekly Premium Publication

If It’s Affecting The Future Of Work, You’ll Know About It.