E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 2, Issue 4, 2022

Employee Well-being: An influential need of Indian organizations

Author(s): Sarika Shukla, Vinay Kumar Pandey


Stress, sadness, and anxiety can harm work performance and increase absenteeism in working populations. Although there is evidence that frequent mental health issues can be avoided and treated on the job, few working people seek out psychological therapy. The introduction of occupational digital mental health therapies might be one method to deal with this. The globe has noticed a trend toward more socially-based indicators during the past few years. In the business realm, social measurements like employee well-being would also support more money-based KPIs. Further understanding of the elements that might improve employee well-being will come from an ongoing study on the causes, correlations, and effects of employee mental health. Both socially and scientifically, such work is valuable. Organizations have historically prioritized lowering employee stress rather than enhancing employee wellbeing, despite the many favorable organizational attitudes connected to employee well-being. When personal resources and perceived expectations in a scenario are seen to be out of balance, stress results. Because stress is associated with lower productivity and, consequently, lower profits, businesses are concentrating on putting stress management strategies into place. This review paper channelizes the factors affecting employee well-being and how important it is for organizations to effectively work on impactful activities related to the well-being of the employees.

Keywords: Employee Wellbeing, Stress, Mental Health, Psychology, Organizational Stress

Pages: 891-896

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