healthy, engaged employees are more productive on average 30 days a year
engaged employees are 22% more profitable than employees who don't feel connected
are the estimated costs due to lower innovation, satisfaction and wellbeing
employees are more likely to stay if they believe to be meaningful at work
Employees who are motivated and feel good about themselves perform better, stay with the organization longer, cost less and ensure fewer organizational risks such as absenteeism and burnouts. How can you improve the well-being of your people, while making your business more profitable?
Our wellbeing programme 'Be Well, Work Well contributes to a 'Sustainable workforce' which consists of employees who are physically healthy, emotionally resilient, mentally focused and spiritually connected. Personnel who add the most value in a culture in which they can thrive and be the best version of themselves. The result: an improvement in the well-being of your staff and improved performance of your organization.
Understanding your current situation and having a clear plan provides clarity on how to guide your people towards the new future. Which leadership skills, culture, and care are needed for your people to transform sustainably? Moreover, which financial considerations are key? PwC's ‘Sustainable Workforce’ approach offers a concrete and coherent growth plan, with matching tools. This results in flourishing, motivated and more productive employees, and ensures that you worry less about absenteeism and comparable business risks.
By gaining a better understanding of your current situation and by developing a clear plan, you will gain more insight on how to get your employees fit for future. What leadership skills, culture and care are needed to transform your employees sustainably? In addition, it is good to look at which financial considerations are important.
We can imagine that you are struggling to balance cutting the employee costs of your organization, while stimulating them to stay productive and motivated. The COVID-19 crisis has shed light on the increasing importance of this matter. Many of us find ourselves dealing with a new range of challenges from regulations requiring people to work from home, to the effects this has personally. How do you find a balance between maintaining low costs, and providing care and attention to your staff? Can investing in a culture of well-being provide a cost advantage? We believe it can.
Research shows that the employees of employers who put wellbeing high on their agenda:
The wellbeing of your employees is therefore crucial to the success of your company and your clients.
Obviously there is no single standard solution, every organization is unique with its own culture, values and needs. PwC's approach consists of modular steps that provide insight into your current situation and provide a clear plan for the future. Our discovery phase can quickly give you the first insights into the opportunities and risks of your organization. This enables you to implement improvements, the "quick wins", in the short term.
Have you already implemented or planned concrete improvement actions? Great to hear! Our team will incorporate your existing initiatives using them as starting points. The roadmap contains short-term actions and long-term solutions that help you achieve your goals. Our digital tooling provides continuous progress and possibilities to adjust our plans if needed.
The wellbeing of our own employees is critical to the success of our company and our customers. That is why we designed and implemented our own wellbeing program, Be Well, Work Well. In line with our purpose, we use our knowledge and experience to improve the wellbeing of employees beyond PwC's reach and we want to help your organization to meet this challenge. We offer an independent, holistic, data-driven and results-oriented approach, where the employee is key. What distinguishes is that we can help you with an integrated approach, from various disciplines - from analysis to implementation of the solution.