According to a new report, building a culture of wellbeing in the workplace is a top incentive for employees.
Click To Tweet Building a culture of wellbeing starts with 4 key strategies: leading from the top, offering benefits, connecting digitally, and maintaining strong communications.
Click To Tweet A recent report by Grokker argues that “a culture of wellbeing is the incentive employees are looking for.” However, today’s most effective and successful corporate culture is one that fosters wellbeing and strongly focuses on helping employees lead a healthy lifestyle inside and outside of the office.
“Culture is what attracts and retains employees. It says ‘We care!’ It’s what creates a sense of purpose, belonging, and balance, and makes your employees want to bring their whole selves to work, to go ‘above and beyond’ and contribute wholeheartedly to your shared success.” – Grokker, “The Culture Connection: Workforce Wellbeing and Your Organizational Success Culture is not something that”just happens”.
How to Actively Nurture a Culture of Wellbeing First and foremost, Grokker recommends that companies use the method ‘listen, link and live.
4 Proactive Strategies to Foster a Culture of Wellness In the report, Grokker lays out 4 different strategies companies can use to begin building and nurturing a culture of wellbeing.
Cascade Wellbeing from the Top This strategy is about leading by example, starting with executives and managers so that, eventually, employees become ambassadors for wellbeing and keep the culture infused with the fuel it needs to thrive.