The Next Frontier for Employee Well-Being

The Next Frontier for Employee Well-Being

Human Resources
Pages:9 pages10 min read

Author: Conference Board Inc.


Advances in self-reported employee well-being have stagnated. To generate forward momentum for employee well-being, CHROs should collaborate across the C-Suite

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Our research has found that employees expect employers to invest in their well-being and that CHROs are committed to making such investments, recognizing their linkage to retention in a tight labor market. Despite these efforts, employee-reported levels of well-being have stagnated, and convincing the C-Suite to prioritize further investment in well-being among a host of competing objectives is a challenge. CHROs can overcome these obstacles by partnering with the C-Suite to define the business case for well-being and embed it within business strategy and culture.

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