Wellbeing has become an international buzz word. Companies consider that it’s part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to their employees, but CSR is much more than making employees feel good.
CSR includes working with the local community, whether that’s giving employees paid time off to work on charity or neighbourhood projects, providing ambassadors or materials to local schools, championing recycling or environmental strategies, actively encouraging staff to car share, cycle or walk to work.
In different countries the ways in which business and the community work together varies enormously – and that includes how companies work on their staff’s wellbeing.
Here are a few ideas that might fuel your organisation’s wellbeing – and it’s been proven that happy staff correlate directly to the profitability of an enterprise.
These are just a few of the many things you can do to show your employees how valuable they are. If your workforce is multi-national ask them to share what companies in their home country do to promote wellbeing. If you’re doing business internationally, being international in approach to the way you run your business is simply good sense.