Despite mounting evidence that employee mental health has a substantial effect on the bottom line, many organisations are failing to incorporate wellbeing into their overarching business strategy. Leaders may be familiar with the consequences of not focusing on employee wellbeing. However, few organisations invest in comprehensive or cohesive programs to manifest employee wellbeing. The competing pressures of market disruption, increased volatility, financial constraints and a lack of urgency are often cited for this disconnect
In our latest White Paper, we explore the critical steps to take an organisation from good to great on the back of a commercially driven wellbeing strategy.
Publication Date: November 2015
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