Culture is the single most important factor in organizational success or failure. It tells employees how to behave, how to do their jobs and how “things are done around here.” But would your employees, middle-management and executives all describe your culture the same way?
Most organizations are striving to help their employees improve their health and well-being. While intuitively, this makes sense – healthier employees are certainly happier and more productive – it’s also a sound strategy from a business perspective. A recent study from Limeade and Quantum Workplace shows that when employees believe their employer cares about their health and well-being, they are:
- 38% more engaged
- 10 times less likely to be hostile
- 17% more likely to still be working there in one year
- 28% more likely to recommend their workplace
- 18% more likely to go the extra mile for the organization