Most employers and employees alike are well aware of the toll that long hours and job-related stress takes on workers and workplace culture. The COVID-19 pandemic has only worsened the problem in a myriad of ways.
In short, the need for effective well-being initiatives is more important than ever. New research from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), in partnership with Professor Rob Cross, examines the holistic well-being practices of high-performance organizations, and their present and future plans to create environments, programs, and policies to support various components of well-being.
Listen to Kevin Martin, i4cp’s Chief Research Officer, and Rob Cross, the leading thought leader on social network analysis, for an advanced look at key insights from this important study, which focused on:
- How overload and other factors affects organizational performance and employee health
- The well-being initiatives most correlated with market performance
- Proven practices for collaborators to recover 18-24% of collaborative time to reduce burnout
- Relational components health, purpose, resilience and growth that drive well-being