An Ounce of Prevention Can Win the Wellness Game
By Bridget Caswell, Director, Product Compliance and Statutory Administration, Sedgwick
The last two and a half years have taken their toll on employee wellness. From a global perspective, we have experienced an unprecedented period of compromised health, and the workplace has not been immune.
Between working from home, masking rules, vaccine mandates, and eventual return to in-person work (among other factors), employee wellness has become harder to sustain. And when combined with a tight labor market, lower unemployment, and higher average wages, the challenge to retain good employees is more daunting than ever. However, employers can help employees maintain wellness, remain energetic, and be more present and productive at work.
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