Riada Resourcing has taken a comprehensive approach to employee wellbeing, investing in strategic approaches that ensure long term benefit.
Employers can have a huge impact on employee wellbeing - providing support is crucial to maintaining morale and creating a happy, productive workforce which will drive future growth. Employee wellbeing encompasses the physical, mental/emotional and financial health of staff. With 58% of the world’s population spending one-third of their life at work, creating a positive work environment that supports employee wellness is at the forefront of progressive businesses in 2024.
Riada Resourcing registered with Northern Ireland Chest Heart & Stroke’s Work Well Live Well programme. The Work Well Live Well programme has supported Riada in putting employee health and wellness first:
• facilitated training and accreditation of 20% of Riada employees as Health Champions
• introduction of health and wellbeing employee surveys
• developed a bespoke 3-year action plan for their team
• consistently deliver monthly training, webinars, resources and networking opportunities
“We joined the Work Well Live Well programme in 2023 with the aim of improving the health and wellbeing of Riada employees through a structured wellbeing strategy that delivered on the needs of our team across the business. We understand a working environment, where people are protected and valued has the potential to impact health...we have expanded our accredited wellbeing team by 50% in 2024 to ensure we build upon our current success and create a happier, healthier and more productive workforce....” Arlene McConaghie, Managing Director, Riada Resourcing.
Riada Resourcing has taken a comprehensive, long term approach to employee wellbeing that includes maintaining a healthy and inclusive work environment. By investing in employee wellbeing, you too can create a number of benefits for your employees and business including :
Enhanced communication in a safe work environment encourages employees to speak up, share ideas and provide feedback, which can lead to innovative solutions and improvements
Increased employee engagement as employees feel heard and valued
Improved knowledge and awareness on nutrition, fitness and overall health
Fostering a more inclusive and respectful work environment
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