Shaping your Wellbeing Strategy to Tackle Burnout - Ascent Conference
Human Capital

Shaping your Wellbeing Strategy to Tackle Burnout

In the midst of historic levels of burnout, employers are leaning on new ways to engage, retain and motivate their people. But the keys to unlocking greater productivity and dampening the risk of employee burnout are clear. In a recent Reward Gateway study, 80% of US employees said it was important for employers to provide wellbeing tools and resources. Employers must learn how to adjust what they are already doing to build a comprehensive wellbeing strategy to drive their business–and their best people–forward. Join Director of Client Culture and Engagement Alex Powell as she uncovers how leaders can be more strategic and intentional in building wellbeing, recognition and community initiatives into their day-to-day to tackle employee burnout. In this workshop, you’ll learn: How the shifting landscape of employee needs has catapulted wellbeing, recognition and community to the top of “must-haves” in your business Tactics to improve employee wellbeing pillars (financial, physical, social and mental) through technology New ways to create a sense of community in your workplace, no matter where your employees are located, to drive greater connections on a daily basis


Speakers

Alex Powell
Director of Client Culture and Engagement
Reward Gateway
Consent(Required)

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