Workplace cultures built on honesty and two-way communication are better for employee wellbeing. Having happy, healthy, engaged people should be a priority for every company whether your people are office-based or remote.
Companies with clear wellbeing strategies have 44% higher employee engagement and 31% less absence due to sickness.
Confidential questions for getting wellbeing help
Use employee wellbeing questions in your Weekly10 check-in. Route the responses directly to your wellbeing team, rather than your employees’ manager, for quick and confidential support.
Give your people regular reminders that you offer mental health, financial or bereavement support. This can encourage your people to ask for help earlier rather than suffer in silence. Ask questions weekly or ad hoc based on engagement or performance levels.
Break the stigma of talking about wellbeing
Poor communication means employees feel isolated and disengaged. The regular, journal-style of the workplace wellbeing check-in helps managers and their teams have better conversations about personal matters, without being intrusive or overbearing.
When we feel comfortable to bring our whole selves to work, we feel more engaged and have a better sense of belonging. Our engagement and performance naturally improves too as a result.
See why a weekly check-in helps support your employee wellbeing