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Employees say they expect employers to invest in their well-being

May 6, 2024

Via: HR Dive

In an ongoing tight labor market, employees now expect their employers to invest in their well-being, and most CHROs voice support of making those investments, according to The Conference Board’s Next Frontier of Well-Being report — but the C-suite may need convincing.

Employee-reported levels of well-being have stagnated, meaning HR leaders may need to adopt a different approach to advancing well-being altogether, the report noted. Based on surveys by The Conference Board, most U.S. and European employees reported similar or lower well-being levels than six months ago. Workers also noted stagnant or declining levels of engagement, mental health and other aspects of well-being.

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