Wellbeing - The wider context:
We’re hearing more and more within the HR community about social wellbeing. It is rapidly taking its place as one of the four pillars of wellbeing, alongside physical, mental and financial. However, it’s a recent term and often one that causes confusion about what it actually means.
In the workplace, social wellbeing generally refers to the extent to which an employee feels a sense of belonging at work. From relationships with colleagues, to alignment with company values, social wellbeing is about feeling valued as a person, colleague and employee.
Social Wellbeing Report For Employers
In our Social Wellbeing Report we uncover:
- Why employers should invest in Social Wellbeing
- The COVID-19 impact on Social Wellbeing
- How to make Social Wellbeing work for your business
Our Social Wellbeing Services
With the lines between home and work life blurred as much of the nation continues to work from home, social wellbeing is becoming a greater concern for many organisations. Our wellbeing and engagement platform offers recognition programmes and tools, awards and regular updates on company news, keeping employees connected and engaged.
- Reward and Recognition tools – including peer to peer recognition
- In-house social events – push notifications to find out the latest events in the calendar
- Long Service Awards – our platform offers employees the chance to be rewarded for their loyalty to your organisation
- Employee Communications - keep employees up to date with business updates and newsletters
Want to know more?
Get in touch with our team to learn more about our Employee Wellbeing services and how they can support your workforce