Rebalancing the pillars of wellness to drive better outcomes
When it comes to well-being in the workplace, many HR professionals are familiar with the “four pillars of wellness” model: physical health, mental health, social health and financial health.
The traditional view is that they are equal components in the structure of overall wellness.
But new research from Brightside reveals that far from being equal, there’s a clear hierarchy within the four pillars – and the one at the top may surprise you.
It’s financial health – and without it, the remaining three pillars collapse.
How can organizations cost-effectively put more focus on the financial health of their employees in a way that fits with current wellness initiatives?
Download this guide to get a proven playbook on how to increase the financial health of employees and drive better outcomes among all measures of well-being.
Included in the guide:
- New findings on how financial health impacts physical, mental, and social health
- What’s replacing the traditional classroom-like financial education session – and why it’s so effective
- How to increase participation in financial health initiatives – and raise overall well-being
- More proof that investing in workers’ financial health leads to higher retention
- Financial health programs that work – including one that can reduce turnover by nearly 50%.
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