The conversation around wellbeing in the workplace is getting louder. Companies are waking up to the idea that corporate wellbeing strategies need a multi-dimensional approach to support employees.
With many employees reporting increased workplace stress, it is imperative that corporate workplaces extend their ideas of what employee wellness and wellbeing looks like at their corporation. This is further stressed by the pandemic, as the workplace for many has moved from the office to the laptop, meaning that organisations must do better to make them feel more connected to the company.
In order to transform a poor office culture, it is argued that there needs to be increased scrutiny towards workplace culture, ranging from the use of phrasings and tones used by seniors in the workplace, to the focus put on emotional support and mental wellbeing.
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Written by Salary Finance.