Prioritising worker wellness in 2022

It’s time to rethink workforce wellness
Good employers take care of their people. They believe that they have a responsibility to those that work for them. They recognise that this responsibility does not end as the working day finishes.

And of course, there are clear business benefits to ensuring the workforce is as healthy and happy as possible. Studies have shown that happy healthy workers are 12% more productive. During the pandemic, many people have praised their employer for the support they offered. More attention is being paid to people’s mental health. Leaders recognise that, wherever possible, team members need a working pattern that suits their shifting circumstances.

But the changes in the way we work, as a result of Covid-19, are also raising big questions around how employers support worker wellness. How can managers understand the needs of employees that they rarely come face to face with? How can benefits previously dependent on the office be delivered to people who are increasingly working from home?

This white paper:

    • Explores the benefits and challenges with creating the right wellness programme
    • Outlines the principles to crafting a wellness offer fit for the future of work
    • Shows how Zest can help employers quickly implement a first-class programme

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