In fact, it has been stated that most companies now recognize the need to invest more in the health of their employees, because it’s clear that workers are fed up—with outdated norms like the nine-to-five schedule, the expectation that they should be “always on,” substandard wages and benefits, and the idea that they should be willing to sacrifice their health and their personal lives for their job. Yet again, the mediocre results of employee health following the traditional medical approach, bring about dismal results. Not even something worth investing in our opinion.
C-suite executives themselves are no less immune. Personal earnings don’t correlate to improved health. It many instances, it is actually the antithesis of well-being.
And as we’ve seen with the Great Resignation, many people are no longer willing to tolerate jobs that leave them unhappy and in a constant state of stress and fatigue. Indeed, there’s been a notable power shift over the past few years, with workers demanding more from their employers than ever before and companies scrambling to adapt their employee value proposition to avoid a looming talent shortage.
It’s well known that the pandemic has had a negative impact on our collective mental as well as physical health. Well-being may now be at an all-time low among both the C-suite and rank-and-file employees: In post-pandemic research, more than three-quarters of the C-suite (76%) said that the pandemic has negatively affected their well-being. Executives’ state of health requires urgent attention in order to increase their physical, mental and emotional capacity to be outstanding leaders.
In the post-pandemic survey, a substantial proportion of both groups reported experiencing fatigue and a variety of mental health issues (figure 2), with C-suite executives identifying most of these issues just as frequently (or in some cases more often) as employees—proving that well-being, or the lack of it, does not discriminate by rank.
Without taking a drug for a symptom, a complete health turnaround is possible with a matter of a few weeks.
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