Cultivating a culture of well-being at work


Employee dissatisfaction is a silent killer for businesses.  High turnover, low morale, and burnout all stem from unhealthy work environments.  The answer? Invest in organizational health.

Beyond safety: a holistic approach

Healthy organizations prioritize the well-being of their employees – their most valuable asset. This goes beyond physical safety to encompass mental health, financial wellness, social connection, and a strong company culture.  By fostering all these aspects of workplace wellness, companies create an environment where employees feel empowered, valued, and supported.

A culture of well-being, not just absence of illness

Healthy organizations move beyond simply keeping people healthy. They cultivate a culture that promotes overall well-being, fostering social connections, professional growth, emotional security, and even community involvement. Studies show that this focus on well-being leads to a happier, more engaged workforce.  Employees who feel valued invest more in their own health, making positive lifestyle choices.

From fitness programs to flexible work

Creating a healthy organization requires strategic action.  It’s more than just offering gym memberships.  It’s about implementing programs that incentivize healthy habits, fostering a sense of community within the company, and offering flexible work arrangements.  A holistic approach that considers all aspects of the work environment is key.

The first steps: understanding and implementation

The journey to becoming a healthy organization starts with education. Companies need to understand the framework and key factors of employee well-being.  Once armed with this knowledge, they can begin to introduce changes.  This might include offering preventive care access, healthy lifestyle programs, and mental health resources.  Considering the changing landscape of compensation and work flexibility are also crucial elements.

Partnering for success

Professional employer organizations (PEOs) can be powerful allies in this transformation.  By transitioning into full-service HR outsourcing, PEOs provide access to HR tools and technology that support strategic initiatives and ensure lasting success such as HR risk management, payroll and other support services.

Looking for more information?

The accompanying resources offer insights on healthy organizations and implementing changes within your company.  Invest in your employees, and watch your business thrive.

This infographic was created by Insperity, experts on outsourced HR services and more