Empowering Your Employees with Wellbeing
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When speaking with employers across Connecticut, the country and globally, we often find that employee wellbeing is something they plan to focus on in the near future but are admittedly slow to implement because they don’t feel equipped to address it properly and successfully.
Often unsure what their role should be or how to define wellbeing, employers avoid confronting these issues head on. Meanwhile, 75% of employees say they want their employers to champion their wellbeing in the workplace. Sara Tarca, Workforce Health Consultant, joins us on this episode to talk about how employers can get the most out of their health and wellbeing resources and truly make wellbeing part of their overall engagement and business strategy. Topics discussed include the transition from wellness to wellbeing, making the business case for a wellbeing strategy, the impact on productivity and performance and more.
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