Over the last decade our world has increased its focus on individual well-being. There is a huge amount of information available and education offered on how to enhance personal well-being by reducing stress and being more physically active, but when it comes to our workplaces do we really know what well-being means?
Because we now live longer and work for extended hours and well into our twilight years, workplace well-being becomes a key element to employee attraction, retention and satisfaction. It's not just important that workplaces prioritise well-being; it's vital for their success.
With whom does the responsibility lie to ensure this is happening? Using data-driven insights, social researchers Ashley Fell and Mark McCrindle have surveyed thousands of employees on this topic to better equip managers, leaders and employees with an thorough understanding of what workplace well-being is, why it is important and how to achieve it.
Published: Jul/20 (AU/NZ), Apr/21 (US), Aug/21 (UK)
Extent: 224 pages