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4 steps to instantly bring your employee wellbeing strategy on track

How will you manage if your employees only choose to WFH on Mondays and Fridays?

That may sound like a tactical question, but it is a realistic part of your employee wellbeing strategy, and a question that you, and your people managers, should be ready to answer.

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In a new article, Willis Towers Watson has laid down four steps that can instantly bring your employee wellbeing strategy on track. We’ve summed them up below:

  • Conduct internal due diligence: Understand what the company has done so far – what are the available resources? Is there an inventory of existing programmes?
  • Design your wellbeing programme: Be prepared to rethink what wellbeing items your employees consider useful in the new normal, e.g. pet insurance vs gym memberships.
  • Introduce resilience: Resilience assessment and training can not only help your employees manage stress and avoid burnout, but also cope better with the long working days.
  • Support people managers: Give them the resources to take better decisions on supporting all workforce groups, such as working parents, those with disabilities, and more.

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