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Barnett Waddingham
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Our workplace consultancy practice continues to expand by drawing on its established expertise in this sector, developing more imaginative ways of communicating to support organisations striving to empower their people

Here at Barnett Waddingham we believe that there are six pillars of employee wellbeing that impact how an employee performs in their role. Our holistic approach to wellbeing builds on the ancient Greek philosophy of Eudaimonia; supported by our modern six pillars ideology:

“Eudaimonia; a person's state of happiness and wellbeing, often described as 'human flourishing'”
Aristotle
Six Pillars of Employee Wellbeing: Job Security / Financial Security / Support / Protection / Health / Work/Life Balance | Barnett Waddingham

Employer benefits

By implementing a successful wellbeing strategy which addresses the needs of the workforce across each of the six pillars, this can have significant benefits to the employer, some of which include:

Increased productivity

Decreased absence

Reduced accidents

Engagement and commitment

Attraction and retention

Reduced insurance premiums

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