How to Support Holistic Health Through Employee Care
By Missy Plohr-Memming, Senior Vice President, National Account Sales, MetLife
Quiet quitting, career cushioning, and other increasingly common buzzwords in the corporate world have a common theme: a perceived lack of care for employees and their experience at work. However, demonstrating employee care — a genuine interest in employees’ overall well-being at work and away from work — can have a positive effect on talent management outcomes. In fact, employees who feel cared for are 92% more likely to be engaged at work.1
Employers can demonstrate this care across five core elements of the employee experience: career development and training; purposeful work; a social and supportive culture; flexibility and work-life balance; and wellness programs and benefits.
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