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Wellbeing – a force for life

Wellbeing and the idea of maintaining a state of ‘wellness’ has been around for centuries in its various forms. In modern times, it is often described as simply feeling good.

Wellbeing can be linked to a number of different benefits including improved physical and mental health, faster recovery times from illness, higher educational attainment, greater productivity and an overall healthier lifestyle.

There has been an increased interest from the world of science in the benefits of wellbeing, with a focus on how it can bring improved performance in the workplace. Not only does the wellbeing of employees directly correlate to higher levels of productivity and engagement, it also helps to reduce absenteeism and staff turnover.

The main concept of wellbeing in the workplace is simple – happier staff work harder, more effectively and for longer – and this ultimately makes almost any business more successful in the long term. Individual employee happiness can be affected by a huge number of factors including mental condition, work-life balance, family life, stress levels, tiredness, job satisfaction and many more.

It is our belief that wellbeing is a multifaceted term that describes the healthy, contented and prosperous condition we all aspire to. It can be used to describe a person, a community or a workplace and is applicable to both our physical and mental health. As well as representing the most effective way of ensuring positive outcomes in our lives, it could be argued that wellbeing is one of the goals of human endeavour.

Ultimately, wellbeing is important for ourselves, our family, friends and fellow workers and is a vital component that allows us all to flourish in all aspects of life. Wellbeing People have a unique concept of Engaged Prevention that brings together the 8 vital ingredients needed for a successful wellbeing journey, from branding to outcomes.  Read more about our Engaged Prevention concept