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50 Top Tools for Employee Wellbeing

A Complete Toolkit for Developing Happy, Healthy, Productive and Engaged Employees

Improve employee engagement, productivity, happiness and health with this practical toolkit.
    Paperback£29.99
    Ebook£24.99
    Print and ebook bundle£37.50
EAN: 9780749482183
Edition: 1
Published:
Paperback
Format: 235x159
280 pages
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About the book

In a world of political and economic uncertainty where stress and unhappiness are on the rise, improving employee wellbeing has never been more important. But with budgets being squeezed and the constant need to do more with less, this can seem like an insurmountable task. 50 Top Tools for Employee Wellbeing shows that interventions don't need to be expensive or time-consuming. It contains practical tools for immediately improving staff wellbeing, resulting in happier, more engaged and more productive employees.

Each tool in the book includes guidance on when to use it, how to get the most out of it and - most importantly - how to measure its impact to show what's working and where efforts are best focused. Addressing all the key areas of the subject, from career development and workplace culture to physical, mental and financial wellbeing, this is a complete resource for improving your workforce's wellbeing.

About the authors

Debbie Mitchell

Debbie Mitchell is an organizational development consultant specializing in employee engagement, coaching, talent management, change and HR support. She has experience of senior HR roles in organizations across FMCG manufacturing, supply chain, retail, public sector and support service sectors. She is the author of 50 Top Tools for Employee Engagement and 50 Top Tools for Employee Wellbeing both published by Kogan Page.

More about Debbie Mitchell

Using the latest evidence, this book captures all aspects of the ultimate workplace wellbeing programme, giving managers confidence in their ability to deliver successful programmes into businesses. Her recommendations are realistic, the tools are functional, and she includes practical suggestions for measuring outcomes, which even the busiest wellbeing manager can utilize.

Dr Fiona Brigg, Healthy Workplace Manager, Link4Life