Stress at work, oppression, and constant exhaustion have a strong impact not only on the quality of work performed, productivity, but also reduce the safety of employees and cause accidents.
Whether it’s a missed task, the end of a fast-paced deadline, or a single misspelled word in a document, the smallest detail can often cause unnecessary stress.
Once the managers of a company or human resources department have created a well-being promotion program, it is time for employees to engage in physical and mental health improvement activities organized by the company.
When we are happy with what we do daily, it has a positive effect on our well-being. And equally, if we feel good and full of energy, we can also show better results at work.
Happy and healthy people with a high level of well-being can engage in tasks with higher productivity and work more productively than people with lower well-being, and dissatisfaction with business and daily life.
Burnout is a real problem. A Gallup survey found that 23% of employees felt burned out often or always, and 44% sometimes. Adding them up, we can get about 70% of the employees who face this problem.
It is important for business owners to create a workplace where employees want to return every day. In order to recruit and retain the best talent in a company, employers need to identify what makes their corporate offices a pleasant and motivating work environment.