Are you taking a multigenerational approach to employee wellbeing?
Promoting health and wellbeing at work not only improves productivity and company performance, but it helps employees to feel valued. Furthermore, over half of employees say if their employer didn’t care for their wellbeing, they’d consider leaving their job.
However, as the typical UK workforce demographics are changing, companies will often see five different generations working side by side, all with different health and wellbeing needs.
The most successful wellbeing strategies are those that understand and acknowledge these specific needs and preferences of each generation.
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To help you develop an effective strategy for a multigenerational workforce, we worked with Jane Abraham, health and wellbeing specialist and Managing Director of Flourish Workplace Ltd, to create a useful guide, which includes information about all five generations’ characteristics, and some physical, financial and emotional initiatives to meet their specific needs.