Successful businesses understand that employee happiness and wellbeing are intrinsically linked to benefits. Evidence shows that when employees feel valued and happy, they are more productive and effective in their roles. They’re also less likely to leave their position
When you invest in corporate wellbeing, you are investing in the future of your business. The wellbeing of employees should therefore be of utmost importance to employers – keeping employees happy and healthy is crucial in today’s demanding corporate environment. It helps with organisational wellbeing too. Companies are able to meet with their Duty of Care requirements, as well as all relevant legislation.
Providing it meets with the needs of your organisation, having a wellness strategy can have a range of benefits, including:
- Improving productivity
- Gaining competitive advantage
- Managing absenteeism
- Providing a return on investment
Investing in corporate wellbeing can put you at the top of the list as an employer of choice and so the focus for corporate wellbeing programmes should be to actively manage employee happiness and wellbeing; improving quality of life and delivering a tangible benefit to your organisation’s bottom line.
Happy and healthy people are more productive, engaged and successful.
Tangible benefits, with a high (perceived) value, can help achieve maximum excitement about benefits packages. A brand new car, is one such product which gets employees excited and which can really make employees happy.
For drivers on the Car Benefit Scheme from Tusker, there’s no requirement to take out a loan, undertake a credit check or provide a deposit - there is just a fixed monthly amount which is deducted from their salary. It’s one less thing to worry about.
The Car Benefit Scheme is total peace of mind. It’s a brand new, safer, less emitting car, complete with insurance, road tax, breakdown cover, servicing and tyres. And as a valued employee benefit, it’s been proven to engage, motivate and retain staff members – by up to 45%.
It’s one way to improve the wellbeing of employees, at no cost to the organisation.