For too long, office workers have been a sedentary bunch and new figures show that old habits die hard.
If people are a company’s greatest asset, it makes sense that far greater consideration should be given to their needs, be that health and wellbeing, investing in skills, unlocking productivity or nurturing talent.
A recent study from Central Michigan University claims that dogs in the workplace can build more trust between colleagues and promote collaboration too.
Effective workplace wellbeing requires the right blend of culture, health and happiness to create a more social, inspiring environment that supports the way your organisation works.
Mental health was a taboo subject for a long time, but in the last few years there has been more widespread acceptance that it is a very real issue, affecting one in four people each year.
Are you ready to make workplace wellbeing part of your company’s culture? Here’s some advice to get started…
Probably the most compelling reason to look at workplace wellbeing is profitability and its impact on the bottom line.