Kevin Friery, clinical director at Right Corecare, said that staff welfare is often not given the priority it deserves by employers, and as a result some organisations are find it has a detrimental affect on business.
As studies have proven that happier and healthier staff result in better productivity and, subsequently, greater profit, Mr Friery said firms can learn a lot from this.
More employers are aware of the need for staff wellbeing, but many struggle with how to achieve it. In difficult economic times it is employers who realise the value of their staff, and work to enhance it, who will prosper," he explained.
Recently, Katharine Moxham, a spokesperson for GRiD, said that in times of increased economic pressure it is important for employers to consider the wellbeing of their employees and what wider implications are suggested by high levels of stress.
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Source: The Sales Director News