2022 is upon us. And if the last two years have taught us anything, it’s the importance of health and wellbeing. In our homes. In the Workplace. As a stabiliser in this rocky, post-pandemic landscape we all continue to navigate.
The ongoing ‘Great Resignation’, which saw a record 4.5 million people quit their jobs at the end of 2021, has highlighted the significance of employee wellbeing in the new working world. A recent study by Paychex revealed that over 60% of employees consider wellbeing support and benefits a top priority when applying for a new job. Yet, only 48% of respondents felt their current or previous employer prioritised their wellbeing. It’s time for employers to push wellbeing up the agenda and show people they care.
If you’re looking for ways to boost employee wellbeing in your company, physical wellbeing is a great place to start. Physical wellbeing is intrinsically linked to all other areas of wellbeing (mental, social, emotional…) and improving it can lead to happier, healthier, more productive and engaged employees who want to stick around.
Find out more here