The Business case in support of Employee Wellbeing
Updated: Nov 23, 2020
There is a growing body of evidence to show that organisations that demonstrate good backgrounds in employee health practices and high levels of employee wellbeing, are more likely to be creative and innovative, and perform better than those who do not. There are also major costs associated with negative impact of lower employee wellbeing e.g. high turnover and absenteeism. This factsheet from the What Works Centre for Wellbeing summarises the business case in support of promoting employee wellbeing in the workplace.