Does your organization exhibit characteristics of a healthy workplace?

According to Indeed.com, a positive working environment is a workplace that promotes employee safety, growth and goal attainment. These environments are most conducive to a successful workforce as they encourage employees to perform to their highest ability. Companies can achieve a positive working environment by focusing on their overall culture, supporting employee growth and making employees feel safe and comfortable.

See if the following checklist describes your place of work? If not, a course correction is not only possible, it is essential.

  • Engaged, satisfied employees
  • Optimized resources
  • Mutual respect for individuals and the organization
  • Strategic short- and long-term plans
  • Achievement of common goals

If it doesn’t, it should.

There’s a reason that engaged, satisfied employees are listed first—without them, the remaining four are almost irrelevant. And to ensure engagement and satisfaction among employees, leaders must provide supports and services to maximize employee population health and well-being. Proactive employers can deliver comprehensive and customized wellness services to their employees, and everybody wins.

If your workplace fails the “healthy test,” a course correction is not only possible, it’s essential. Let Wellness Coaches be your trusted partner and start your team on the road to better health and well-being, here: https://wellnesscoachesusa.com/continuing-care-solutions/