Well-being at work increases productivity

Well-being at work refers to safe, healthy and productive work done by skilled employees and work communities in a well-managed organization. The employees and work communities find their work meaningful and rewarding, and they feel that their work supports their life management. A safe and healthy work environment, functioning work community and healthy employees form the basis for productive work.


Well-being at work

Well-being at work refers to the employees' experiences about the safety and healthiness of the work, good leadership, expertise, management of changes and organization of work, the support that the community gives to individuals, and how meaningful and rewarding the person feels that their work is when skill and productivity requirements are taken into account.

There are many positive things related to work, resources. Resources make the work more appealing. Appealing work has numerous positive individual and organizational consequences. For the individual, it manifests as enthusiasm, energy and taking pride in one's work. On the organizational level, work appeal increases the productivity of the work.

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