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6 Steps to Workplace Well-Being

Just because companies are feeling a cash crunch doesn’t mean that they can’t foster a culture of health, where employees have a feeling of well-being and are engaged in their workplace.

A 2009 report by Towers Watson, a global professional services firm that helps organizations improve performance, shows not only why companies need to think about employee health, but also how to improve it.

Towers Watson states that well-being isn’t just about physical health, but that it encompasses three connected elements:

Make. Work. Better.

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Jen Amos
Jen Amos
Jen Amos is a freelance writer, researcher and editor based in Kingston, Ontario. She can be found on twitter at @jamos_ca.