The move to a hyperconnected, technology-centric, always-on work environment is creating increasing pressure on companies and employees to keep up in a world where change is not just constant, but ever accelerating. To succeed in this world, businesses need employees who can not only withstand challenge and uncertainty, but who embrace and thrive on the opportunities associated with change.
This requires creating a culture that understand and supports the importance of well-being. Well-being is no longer a nice to have. It’s
now a critical “strategy for workforce readiness.”