How having an updated employee wellbeing strategy can help
A proactive employee wellbeing strategy demonstrates to employees that their organisation is genuine about supporting their welfare. As the numbers highlighted earlier suggest, there is work to be done, especially in Europe.
The strategy should focus on the five core elements of people’s wellbeing: mental/emotional, social, physical, professional/career and financial. It should feature immediate support, as well as ongoing and long-term preventative approaches to help people thrive at work.
The employee wellbeing strategy should be designed using evidence from data in the HR and payroll processes and gathered via pulse surveys, interviews and questionnaires. Its success then measured against metrics agreed upon by representatives from all stakeholder groups.