The focus on workplace wellness is here to stay. Healthy employees are more engaged, more productive, and help lower health care costs, so it’s in everyone’s best interest to promote workplace wellness.
Workplace wellness benefits not only employees, but your business, too! As the CDC posts in “Wellness at Work,”
“Ideally, the office should be a place that not only protects the safety and well-being of employees but also provides them opportunities for better long-term health.”
It’s an important employee benefit, but it also improves your bottom line. In “8 Ways to Promote Wellness in the Workplace,” Inc.
There’s never a better time to start a workplace wellness program than now!
“When workplace wellness programs are implemented correctly by using thorough, company-specific research and planning, they have win-win potential for both the employer and the employees.”
That’s according to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), in “Wellness Programs: How can wellness programs benefit employers, and what are the general steps for implementing a wellness program?