Wellbeing: Focusing on the work, not just the worker

cause and effect policy and interventions the future of wellbeing

Canadian HR Reporter

“This is problematic for a number of reasons. First, individual-level interventions overlook systemic issues. Instead, they assume that well-being problems are employees’ personal problems. But if the workload is heavy, the work culture is toxic, the organization is understaffed, what can a training program on mindfulness do for the employees?”