Towers Perrin (disclaimer: my employer) has released a new paper discussing Employee Engagement in conjunction with Employee Well-Being. Employee Well-Being has been defined as a combination of 3 important aspects of an employee’s working life:
Physical Health: health, energy etc.
Psychological Health: stress / anxiety, accomplishment, optimism, confidence, empowerment, safety etc.
Social Health: work relationships, work-life balance, equity, fairness, respect etc.
Through extensive research, Towers Perrin has established a framework for measuring and managing Employee Well-Being. I particularly like the way to study the relationship between Employee Engagement and Employee Well-Being. A construct has been presented to evaluate both these concepts:
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Do you measure employee well-being in your organization? How? Have you attempted to link it to Employee Engagement? Drop in a comment or write to me if you would like to discuss this in details with respect to your organization. My contact details are on the “About” page.