Due to looming talent shortages and increased healthcare costs, organizations across the globe are concentrating efforts to ensure the sustainability of their most important asset, their people. Unlike other business assets – buildings, technology, investments – people have a choice for whom they work, how much they give to their job and how they impact the people around them. In a knowledge economy, the knowledge skills, creativity and connections of its people are an organizations primary, and oftentimes only, performing assets.
Research shows that happy, healthy and engaged employees produce more and cost less. An organization’s workplaces, work processes and work practices compromise an ecosystem that has the potential to enhance employee well-being and thus, organizational performance.
– Define the history of wellness and the move to well-being.
– Identify the indirect and direct costs of poor health and well-being.
– Define the top 4 global drivers of well-being initiatives.
– Explain workplace strategies that address employees’ physical, emotional and social well-being.
August 28, 2019
5:30 – 7:00 PM
Check in starts at 5:30 PM.
Presentation begins at 6:00 PM.
1200 5th Ave Suite 2000
Seattle, WA 98101
Appetizers and beverages provided courtesy of Knoll.
Presented by: Knoll
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IDCEC: 1.3 Theory & Creativity, Human Factors/ Ergonomics
AIA: Economics Trends and Market Research