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Health & Wellness Training is a Bridge to Better Performance

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Employers who prioritize employee health and wellness will see measurable increases in productivity, profitability and retention.

A recent Deloitte report estimated that the average return on investment (ROI) for employers investing in employee mental wellness initiatives is $5.3 for every dollar spent.

The reason is simple. If employees feel cared for by their employer, it has a positive impact on employee tenure and retention. Employees perform better without the stress, burnout, and health problems of having to leave work.

Providing ongoing training to employees and managers in finding and maintaining physical, emotional and psychological well-being is essential for organizations to reach their full potential.

Traliant’s senior vice president of human resources, Maggie Smith, said: “By providing wellness training, employees are empowered to quit unhealthy habits, ensure psychological safety, and gain more control over their lives to achieve a better work-life balance for her. increase.”

Employees not only expect health and wellness support at work, but they also leave work to find it. Gallup found that well-being tops the list of criteria employees most look for in an employer.

8th dimension of wellness

The key to building a health and wellness culture is a holistic approach. A well-executed health and wellness program should address eight essential and interrelated dimensions of health:

  1. Emotional health: Help employees better manage change and cope with stress both inside and outside the workplace.
  1. Environmental wellness: Highlight how employees can positively impact their own environment and the environment they share with others.
  1. Financial wellness: Empower your employees to better manage their financial controls, increasing their sense of stability and peace of mind.
  1. Intellectual health: in cultivation curiosity expand critical thinking to drive greater innovation, problem-solving, and decision-making.
  1. Occupational health: We set boundaries between work and life, maximizing the strengths, skills and capabilities of our employees to create a rich work experience.
  1. Physical health: Promote healthy behaviors and habits to reduce stress, boost energy and build a more resilient workforce.
  1. Social wellness: Increase employee loyalty and strengthen connection and communication with colleagues.
  1. Spiritual wellness: Support individual beliefs and values ​​to positively influence work ethics, decision-making and alignment with the organization’s vision, mission and values.

Ongoing training, discussions and seminars to raise employee awareness on how to positively impact these eight dimensions will help individuals take more control of their personal and professional well-being and reduce stress and burnout. can be mitigated.

Health and Wellness Training for Managers Matters

According to a Corporate Wellness Magazine study, managers are the most important factor in making people feel supported. Employees are 38% more engaged when they feel their employer supports their benefits.

Providing health and wellness training to managers helps create an environment where employees feel safe, comfortable, valued and supported. Managers can recognize and help employees experiencing mental health issues such as excessive workload, bullying, and stress. By having regular conversations with employees, removing roadblocks, and providing support, resources, and encouragement, managers play a key role in fostering a wellness mindset in their organization.

“Life happens, and employees need to know that they are not afraid to make decisions and that it is okay to prioritize them at times,” adds Smith. “Managers and leaders should make a conscious effort to connect, express appreciation and understanding to their employees through health and wellness programs and related benefits.”

Triant Insight

Prioritizing health and wellness is good for everyone. By providing employees with ongoing training, tools and resources to manage benefits, employers can reduce absenteeism, healthcare costs and turnover while improving recruitment, productivity and business performance.

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