The key to organizational health: Assessing workplace well-being

The key to organizational health: Assessing workplace well-being

 29 Apr 2019

 Anthony Schulzetenberg

Joe Colihan

With growing competition between businesses, it has become increasingly more popular for organizations to assess and address their workplace climate.  And for good reason.  The climate experienced by employees predicts job satisfaction (Noblet, et al., 2017), engagement (Macdondald and Levy, 2016), and overall well-being (Carver, Davenport, and Nyce, 2015).  Countless studies have reported that a healthy workplace climate can improve worker productivity, decrease turnover, and result in ultimately superior financial performance.  Lencioni (2012) explains that beyond the financial gains, there are social gains that accompany healthy workplace climates.  Employees that are happier at work are happier at home. This allows employees to focus on their work when they are on the clock (Colihan, 2019). 

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