According to research, engaged employees are more productive, creative and resilient. There are also strong positive associations with health and well-being. The flipside is also true; lacking that emotional connection to the organization is a significant obstacle to promoting health. Globally, employers are developing strategies to drive employee engagement in their organizations and with health promotion, wellness and well-being benefits and programming.
Improving Employee Engagement in Job Performance Globally
This paper highlights global, regional and country-specific data on engagement, discusses cultural and geographical factors that may lead to high or low engagement and offers practical strategies that human resource professionals can use, or encourage leaders and managers to use, to increase workforce engagement.
10 Recommendations for Driving Engagement in Worksite Wellness Globally
Outlines strategies that employers can use to better engage a global workforce in wellness and health promotion initiatives.
Eight Top Tips for Sustaining Corporate Well-being Programs
Provides employer tactics for sustaining global health, wellness and well-being initiatives.