Miklos Bolza is a writer for HC Online.
While well-being initiatives are effective ways to build a fully engaged workplace, they don’t go all the way. In fact, it is better to also cultivate a healthy emotional culture at work, Jan Bruce, CEO and co-founder of meQuilibrium, wrote on Forbes.
“Physical well-being cannot be the sole priority anymore, because people bring their entire selves to work, emotions and all,” she said. “Care that addresses both mind and body is crucial. Optimised workforces aren’t merely healthy. They’re also whole and fully engaged in their mission.”
Bruce listed five trends she sees for 2016 that will push towards a more holistic workplace culture.
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