Wonderful Wednesday From Ministry Of Marketing.Asia!
Wellness and sustainability are undeniably intertwined, so much so that wellness is listed as one of the United Nations Sustainability Development Goals (SDG). These goals (see https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/sustainable-development-goals/) were developed as a blueprint for a better future not just for us, but for generations to come.
Good health and well-being is the 3rd goal listed in the SDG, and it is all about ensuring healthy lives and promoting physical and mental well-being at all ages towards sustainable development.
While it may not seem relevant for corporate entities, wellness and good health is a significant contributor to profitability and sustainability. Workplaces that promote physical and mental health can and do lead to staff who feel that their well being is being supported. The result of such a positive approach is that staff are often more engaged and productive. When the productivity of each employee is at optimum, so will the profitability of the company.
With more companies understanding the importance of wellness in regards to their sustainability and profitability, a comprehensive corporate wellness program is proven vital, no longer mere benefits. Companies are combining comprehensive corporate wellness initiatives and employee recognition as part of the efforts to strengthen workplace culture, reduce turnover, and become a great place to work.
Top-of-the-class corporate wellbeing programs now focuses on financial stability, mental health, social connection, substance abuse, and employee assistance, rather than just considering physical fitness.
They are also moving beyond mere participation and tracking, with programs like coaching, group challenges or activities, and time for social interaction along with personal action plans being integrated into their corporate wellness program towards engaging employees and building healthy habits.
Wellness is also about inclusivity in terms of compassion, not just diversity. A company that makes compassion and inclusiveness as part of their corporate language will be able to retain employees regardless of age, gender, race, or background, as they feel the sense of belonging with the company.
Technology has allowed us to replace work-life balance with work-life integration. By providing technologies, policies, and knowledge as well as skills that allow employers and employees to decide how they want to integrate their work and personal lives and have control over their work, companies could create a culture that employees want to engage with and work hard for.
Let’s face it; healthier employees will stimulate effective productivity as they’ll be able to fulfill their work hours productively, and productivity leads to profits.
With that in mind, Ministry of Marketing.Asia, a brand of Bayu PLT, is organizing Her Rise Story #MyWellness UnConference, in conjunction with the World Wellness Weekend, happening in September 2020.
So why not partner with us for Her Rise Story #MyWellness UnConference? You’ll get to:
- Establish a positive brand image as a company that is serious about the wellness of its employees, thus attracting top-quality talents and retaining them for a long time.
- Network with wellness providers who would be able to help you design and implement an impeccable and comprehensive corporate wellness program, which will lead to healthy and highly-productive employees.
- Impress potential employees, clients, and investors with your image as a compassionate corporate entity.
- Be the forerunner of a new rising corporate culture in Malaysia with regards to comprehensive corporate wellness, and inspire other companies to follow your lead.
- Enjoy an attractive, CRAZY Value For Money training package from us! Contact us at t.me/MinistryOfMarketingAsia for more info!
If you are ready to continue the conversation on corporate wellness initiative and Her Rise Story #MyWellness UnConference, here are a couple of ways you can connect with us: