We all know that staff experience matters, with research linking it to a number of business priorities from retention to company success.
More and more companies are acknowledging the importance of health and wellbeing in driving success. This leads us to ask: should we shift our focus from employee engagement to health and wellbeing when it comes to workplace performance?
CIPD define well-being as ‘creating an environment to promote a state of contentment which allows an employee to flourish and achieve their full potential for the benefit of themselves and their organisation.’ Although often labelled simply as physical health, the social and psychological components of wellbeing are equally important. It is something every organisation wants (or should want) to achieve in order to ensure their people are maximising organisational success.
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