Free Whitepaper: Employee wellbeing at work

Free Whitepaper: Employee wellbeing at work

Just one in five employees feels a strong sense of wellbeing at work, despite an increased focus in this area by HR over the past few years. 

This represents a significant risk to employers as productivity suffers, while absenteeism and turnover skyrocket.

Download this whitepaper from the Achievers Workforce Institute to find out how to improve wellbeing at work for your employees and drive better business results. 

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  • The risks to employers from low wellbeing and high stress
  • Wellbeing trends and challenges 
  • How to fix the HR-employee disconnect
  • Stress and the COVID-19 pandemic 
  • The role of recognition as a protective factor
  • How to support marginalized groups at work 

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