Sarah Plaster, Aflac’s organizational comms director, unpacks the top findings of ‘The 2021-2022 Aflac WorkForces Report.’
The tech giant made a pledge to enhance awareness, acceptance and access to mental-health resources, making it an honoree in Ragan’s Workplace Wellness Awards for Mental Wellness Initiatives.
Two companies share communication methods for stronger wellness engagement.
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Top execs and HR leaders overwhelmingly say that employees expect too much mental-health support from their organizations. Employees see efforts to improve mental-health outcomes as surface-level.
The global digital-services company is pivoting to return-to-the-workplace based on its earlier groundwork.
The data show high levels of participation in the virtual offerings and significant stress reduction, winning Los Angeles World Airports recognition for an Outstanding Wellness Program (Large Organization) in Ragan’s Workplace Wellness Awards.
Data from Willis Towers Watson shows that organizations don’t think their current offerings meet employee needs and plan to increase investment to keep top talent.
Zeroing in on why workers are feeling burned out, plus what works—and what doesn’t—to alleviate it.