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How To Help Your Employees Keep Their New Year’s Resolutions At The Office
Your employees are a pretty valuable resource. And you want to encourage them to be healthy, happy, productive, and engaged. There are lots of times in the year when an employee might recommit themselves to doing something to improve their well-being or re-engage in creativity. One of them, of course, is New Years, when people often make resolutions. But they might also decide to do something positive at a birthday or another momentous time of the year, such as a work anniversary. And if you can encourage them and recognize that hard work, willpower, and dedication, then you’ll have a better group of people working for you.
Many people might want to better their financial well being, for example; in fact, over half of the people who are making resolutions are devoting their efforts to saving more money. But what can you do as an employer when saving money and paying off debt are such private conversations? Well, for starters you can offer some services that encourage learning about budgeting and money to your employees so they can fill in any knowledge gaps in their journey to saving more.
What else are people working toward and how can you help as an employer? This infographic has some ideas.