Wellbeing at work + Profit

Westminster Compliance | 13/04/2018

If you encourage your staff to keep fit, to get involved with voluntary work or charitable organisations you can improve their wellbeing, show that your organisation is committed to corporate responsibility and inspire others.  Support staff who get involved in fundraising for good causes, even if it means a small loss of working hours.  Communicate the idea of keeping active, joining a gym, playing sport or even taking part in events such as “race for life”.  

 

Good communication is key when staff have problems so let them know that your door is always open and that you want to keep a happy and healthy workplace. It simply does not have to cost much.

 

Those who get involved in sport and/or charitable events are usually healthier and happier people, in fact the ideal people who we want in our workplace. So letting them bring their enthusiasm for good deeds and a healthier lifestyle will inspire others in the workplace and this will have a positive effect throughout the business.

 

Make sure that you and your management team are seen to lead the way as the wellbeing of all in the workplace is proven to increase productivity and this can have a direct bearing on the profitability of your business.

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