Your business doesn't have the money to spend on health insurance or gym memberships. So you've created a wellness policy, put it into a fancy document and shared it with staff. Your job here is done, right?
Wrong. Wellbeing is not a tick-box exercise. Businesses need to find a way to make it part of their company culture and it doesn't have to cost the earth. In fact, it can end up saving them money in the long run.
Lisa Mahoney speaks to Gavin Percy from Balancing Edges on:
- How you can get started creating a wellbeing culture
- How that will impact your bottom line
- What Marks and Spencer's did to look after their people when they had minimal budget