Wellbeing refers to the overall state of being comfortable, healthy, and happy. It encompasses various aspects of a person’s life, including physical, mental, and emotional health, as well as their social relationships, personal and work fulfilment, and sense of purpose. Wellbeing goes beyond the absence of illness and includes a subjective experience of life satisfaction and a positive outlook.
How is wellbeing related to work and to ensure it?
Wellbeing and work are closely interconnected. The quality of our work experiences and environments can have a significant impact on our overall wellbeing, and conversely, our wellbeing can affect our performance and satisfaction at work.
It is important for individuals and organisations to recognize the interplay between work and wellbeing. By fostering a positive work environment, promoting work-life balance, prioritising mental and physical health, and offering opportunities for growth and development, organisations can contribute to the wellbeing of their employees.
Similarly, individuals need to prioritise their wellbeing by setting boundaries, seeking support when needed, and pursuing work that aligns with their values and promotes their overall wellbeing.
Sloneek aims to be a leader in wellbeing awareness
Some might think that Sloneek is just an HR system that helps organisations keep track of absences and work activities, store and manage employee data or electronically sign documents and work asset protocols. But the truth is that Sloneek primarily wants to help companies focus on their people as much as possible. Because we deeply believe that it’s the employees who are the most important thing for any company.
Follow our blog where we regularly post articles related to wellbeing topics as well as about the needed conditions for successful running of hybrid teams. You definitely shouldn’t miss our article about fringe benefits.