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How to Support Your Employees’ Total Well-being

Written by CultureCon 2022 Sponsor, Bundle


How to Support Your Employees’ Total Well-being

Well-being means something different to each individual person. That is why supporting total employee wellbeing, whether it be mental, physical, social, emotional, or financial wellness, is vital to employee success in the workplace. When you try to improve your employees' overall well-being, you help them feel happy, connected, and motivated to do their best work.

Continue reading for unique ways to support all employee well-being needs, no matter where or how they work so that employees can stay healthy and productive.

Benefits of Supporting Employee Well-Being

Your workforce is responsible for a significant amount of your business's success, so it's important to support their collective wellbeing. When you take care of them, it benefits both their personal and professional lives.

Working to support and improve employee well-being has the following benefits:

  1. Higher productivity: Treating employees' mental health conditions can increase your workforce's productivity. Approximately 86% of employees who experience depression feel that their work performance improves when they receive treatment.

  2. Increased presenteeism: Addressing well-being needs and supporting employee wellness can improve your workforce's motivation. This will also increase their willingness to show up for work more often than employees who feel burnt out or overwhelmed.

  3. Improved retention rates: Employees are more likely to stay with a company that cares for their well-being. Many companies often lose employees because of mental health challenges or an overly stressful work environment.

5 Ways to Support Your People and Their Well-being

Your employees work hard for you and do their best work when they feel their best, so it's important to support their unique wellbeing needs. You can support your employees and their mental health in the following ways:

1. Include Mental Health Coverage in Your Health Care Plan

Health care plans often benefit employees by covering the costs of doctor visits, medications, and medical treatments. However, you can improve your employees' health coverage by adding mental health coverage to your health insurance plans. This means your workforce would have coverage for mental health services like therapy or counseling.

You can also implement an employee assistance program (EAP) into your employment package. An EAP is a service that helps employees overcome non-work-related challenges such as stress or financial struggles. Some EAPs offer mental health services such as counseling.

2. Model Healthy Behaviors and a Healthy Work-Life Balance

You can motivate your employees to prioritize self-care and well-being by prioritizing it yourself. Model healthy behaviors to inspire your workforce and show them how to maintain positive habits.

Take a break to walk each day, and share what you're doing with your employees. You can even invite employees to join you now and then, whether virtually or in-person. You can also create office challenges centered around self-care — maybe you could reward employees who take one self-care day a month.

When you model healthy habits, your employees will feel inspired and understand that it's acceptable for them to do the same.

3. Check-In on Your Team Regularly

People can easily hide their struggles by pretending they feel fine and continuing their normal routines. This is why it is important to check on your employees regularly.

Many people may feel reluctant to share their health and well-being challenges with others because they feel embarrassed. However, people are more likely to share what they're going through when a concerned individual genuinely wants to know how they're doing.

Ask your employees what type of support they'd find helpful and take time to listen to their answers. When you regularly check on your employees' state of mind and want to help, they'll feel more comfortable sharing their struggles with you. This will allow you to offer the right helpful resources when necessary.

4. Promote Inclusivity and Team Building

Build a positive and welcoming work environment by prioritizing inclusivity and team building. When employees form healthy relationships and work positively with each other, they're more likely to feel a sense of belonging at work. Aim to promote justice and equality so that all employees know they're respected and valued. Team-building activities can help employees improve communication skills and feel more comfortable collaborating with others.

5. Invest in Training

Invest in training for your company's leaders and your workforce so that you and other leaders within your company can identify potential wellness struggles and proactively address them with understanding and support.

You can also invest in resources and training for your employees to help them manage their wellbeing needs and develop healthy and positive techniques. Employees can use these resources to take a mental break and relax during the day in ways that work for them. Employees can even take a break to create art or learn a new skill. Providing your employees with effective tools can help them manage their overall wellbeing and learn how to reduce stress.

Provide Your Workforce with Bundle's Well-Being Resources

Improve morale in your workplace by supporting your employees' holistic well-being. Take time to check in on your workforce and listen to their feedback. Notice where people need the most support and provide them with resources to take care of their wellness needs.

Bundle offers well-being resources such as live, one-on-one sessions, group sessions, and personalized team events. These fun and engaging sessions allow employees to unwind, learn a new skill, practice mindfulness techniques, participate in exercise routines, practice self-care, and connect with their colleagues.

Contact Bundle to learn more about how we can help you and your workforce prioritize employee well-being.


About Bundle:

The concept of work no longer has physical boundaries, and we believe that neither should employee experiences. Bundle is a holistic employee experience company that helps organizations empower employees to be their best in all aspects of their careers and personal lives with unparalleled experiences. Our live, interactive 1-on-1 and private group sessions empower employees to improve their wellbeing, connections, and performance. Our platform hosts thousands of immersive sessions on a range of topics, such as Team Building, Wellbeing, Professional Development, Personal Growth, Skills Building, DE&I, and more. Our unique experiences bring together premium content and exceptional expertise to meet all employees' unique needs.


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