A product or service can undoubtedly define a brand and drive its popularity with consumers. However, most successful employers would acknowledge that their employees are the most important asset and a critical element — the backbone — that shapes and gives a company purpose.
Given the role that employees play in defining a company and its culture, employers looking to strengthen the workforce, bolster brand reputation and attract and retain top talent would be wise to consider the importance of work-life integration. Simply put, that’s employees’ happiness at work. According to Staples’ 2019 Workplace Survey, employees, more than anything, want to feel heard: They crave choice, support and connectivity.
Looking to support work-life integration in your own organization? Here are a few ways companies can use connectivity, design and wellness to elevate the workplace from transactional to transformational.