Research shows that Employee Wellness Programmes (also known as corporate or workplace wellness programmes) help create a win-win situation which has a positive impact on both employees and employers.
Looking after your employees’ wellness allows you to show (not just tell) them that your company values each of them as people, first and foremost.
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Employee wellness programmes allow you to maintain your employees’ health, wellness, and happiness- they are proactive instead of reactive. By encouraging regular use, they help employees build good habits and increase their resilience— which can help prevent more serious stress and anxiety issues. A happy, engaged employee is a productive employee.
Looking after your employees’ health and wellness means to look after your business.
Investing in an Employee Wellness Programme, de-stigmatising mental illness and encouraging employees to disclose their diagnosis has a direct impact on the bottom line.
Why is it a win-win situation?
- You will naturally attract and keep good employees as they will see the added perks and value in your wellness programme.
- Wellness programmes encourage better employee lifestyles. Better employee lifestyles will naturally lead to less illness, less absenteeism, and more productivity.
- Research shows that healthy, active people are said to be happy people. They will be more energized, be more positive, have clearer thoughts and all this should translate into their work.
- Wellness programmes build and maintain staff relationships. Participating in nonwork activities also helps with the general office morale, happiness, and eagerness to work. Strengthening these relationships means to strengthen the business.
At the end of the day,the success of your business is going to be a reflection of your employees' health and wellness.
With Covid changing the way we work, it is becoming increasingly difficult for companies to keep their employees in check and to follow-up on their well-being. Mental health has come under the spotlight due to Covid and with employees working from home. So, although we may have discovered many perks in being able to work from home and remotely, it does make it increasingly difficult to carry out employee wellness programmes and essentially, the health of your business.