Deloitte examined how executives go beyond workplace wellness to workplace well-being—for themselves and their people.

A survey of 1,050 c-suite executives and 1,050 employees was conducted Feb. 8-21, 2022.

Key findings include:
— 56% of employees said their company’s executives care about their well-being, while 91% of the C-suite said their employees believe they care about it.
— 68% of the C-suite admitted that they aren’t taking enough action to safeguard employee and stakeholder health.
— 55% of employees and 77% of executives said they believe companies should be required to publicly report their workforce well-being metrics.
— 57% of employees said they are seriously considering quitting for a more supportive job, and nearly 7-in-10 executives said they are thinking about going the same.
— Less than 6-in-10 employees said their company integrates well-being into the workplace culture and people’s jobs.

Find the original report here

Heidy Modarelli handles Growth & Marketing for IPR. She has previously written for Entrepreneur, TechCrunch, The Next Web, and VentureBeat.
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