Our world today is one that is constantly changing and asking more of society as a whole. As people, we are more stressed, experience higher rates of depression and anxiety than ever before.
It’s time to focus on the ‘health’ in your health and safety policy and help your employees to be the best version of themselves. We know healthy people are happy people who perform better, live up to their potential, and make the biggest impact on your organisation’s performance - who do you want on your team?
According to the recent 'Wellness in the Workplace' survey report, stress has increased by 22.9% across all businesses in New Zealand in two years.*
Absenteeism and presenteeism alone is a serious problem - costing employers NZ$2 billion annually. This equates to an average of NZ$1500 per person every year. This is affecting the bottom line of your organisation.
*Southern Cross & Business NZ
High rates of absenteeism and presenteeism means your employees are not being productive. People who are unwell, do not have the energy or inclination to focus on other challenges in life, and are less adaptive, responsive and engaged as employees.
Studies by the Queens School of Business and the Gallup Organization show that those organisations who experience low engagement also deal with:
More errors & defects
Lower job growth
Creating better wellbeing strategies isn’t just a ‘nice to have’ - it’s an essential component to running a successful organisation and ensuring staff are working to their potential.
Developing a long term vision for your organisation ensures that staff are proactive and can take responsibility for their health and wellbeing.
Ensuring that an aging workforce that is challenged by growing levels of stress gets the best tools possible to be effective.
We help to determine the critical risk segments that are currently standing in the way of your organisation’s performance. Using this data will help to refocus and innovate wellbeing strategies so that your return on investment is achieved.