WorkLife and Wellness...a comprehensive approach to maximizing the potential of individuals.
WorkLife and Wellness focuses on education, outreach, policies and communication that promote supportive work environments central to work-life integration and thereby well-being.
WorkLife promotes Wellness as is one of the aspects of the realm of WorkLife:
Caring for Dependents: See Family Care Tab
Workplace Flexibility: See Workplace Flexibility Tab
Financial Support for Economic Security: Current page, Financial Wellness on left menu
Paid and Unpaid Time Off
Transforming Organizational Culture
For more information on the role of WorkLife in the components of employee well-being efforts, refer to this Boston College Center for Work and Family article, "Employee Well-being: A Comprehensive Approach."
How do we define a life well-lived? After surveying people in more than 150 countries, partnering with leading economists, psychologists, sociologists and physicians for several years, Gallup has uncovered five distinct factors of wellbeing that transcend countries and cultures:
- Career Wellbeing: how you occupy your time -- or simply liking what you do every day
- Social Wellbeing: having strong relationships and love in your life
- Financial Wellbeing: effectively managing your economic life
- Physical Wellbeing: having good health and enough energy to get things done on a daily basis
- Community Wellbeing: the sense of engagement you have with the area where you live