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According to the source, thebalancemoney.com, in 2021, Americans worked an average of 38.7 hours per week. This statistic indicates that many people spend a significant amount of their time in the workplace; therefore, we must consider the component of workplace wellness.
The World Health Organization (WHO) defines wellness as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” This definition alone provides a significant breakdown of what should not only be considered a strategy but as a standard of practice when implementing wellness in the workplace. It also helps us to understand that wellness goes beyond just providing Health Insurance Plans and HSA accounts for employees and their families, but it also includes an environment in which working conditions are suitable for individuals to thrive physically, mentally, and socially. In understanding this, let’s examine some things to consider when implementing wellness in the workplace.
Wellness in the workplace should be a priority. It can potentially affect an establishment’s overall performance and can very well determine the longevity of a business. If your business does not have a wellness program, you should seriously consider it.
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