re: How does your workplace approach Health and Wellness? VIEW POST


We have a pretty good WFH/flexitime policy, but my uncomfortable answer to the rest is "I don't know."

My company has always been a supportive enough place to work, and there is a lot that they would probably do for us if asked, but health and wellness perks have never been properly advertised.

So I guess that is what I would like to see, both in my company and all others: if you're offering access to counselling, ergonomic desks, etc. to those who need them, make sure everyone knows!


Very true, if perks and benefits aren't communicated are they really offered?

We have an intranet at my workplace that details what's available if it isn't immediately obvious - free fruit, drinks etc. That helps with the uptake of things like banking advice and extra insurance benefits.

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