The Future Workplace 2021 HR Sentiment survey found that 68% of senior HR leaders (of which 40% were CHROs) rated employee well-being and mental health as top priorities. As the world of work continues to evolve, how can compassionate companies build better workplaces?
E4E Relief President and CEO Holly Welch Stubbing tackles this question in a conversation with People Managing People: "Doing good requires that employers prioritize employee well-being. [...] The synergy of doing good with a focus on employee well-being starts with a product or policy, and impacts everything from employee loyalty rates to company productivity."
Read the full interview to see Holly's thoughts on: