Employee Well-Being vs. Employee Wellness
January 21, 2015
Did you know that 85% of the global workforce is actively or passively looking for a new employer? Knoll recently published a white paper addressing one of today’s growing challenges in the workplace: employee attraction and retention.
Since the economy has begun to recover and the job market has improved, employees are no longer satisfied with simply having a job. During the recession employees were tasked to do more with less which has caused employees to become stressed out and burnt out. This white paper highlights a shift from employee wellness to improving overall employee well-being in the workplace.
Read the entire white paper here.