If wellness programs on their own show insufficient results, how can leaders remake the work environment to keep employees healthy and happy?
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.
The industrial supply company W. W. Grainger collects data even before activating well-being program
Zeroing in on why workers are feeling burned out, plus what works—and what doesn’t—to alleviate it.
Employers will also experiment with incentives to encourage vaccinations, according to a Willis Towers Watson survey.
Overloading workers and excessive collaboration are among the significant issues, and stress-management classes don’t help.
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