Davos 2022

Restoring employee wellbeing for the new world of work

In the post-pandemic working world, employers must acknowledge the new needs of employee wellbeing to shape empowering environments. Image: Unsplash/@brookecagle

Marie Puybaraud

Global Head of Corporate Solutions Research, JLL

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Employers now have an new responsibility to actively support employee wellbeing and health to help them feel safe. Image: JLL Regenerative Workplace, September 2021
Shifting priorities over the past 24 months mean employee wellbeing and health are ranked above quality of life and financial health by the workforce. Image: JLL Work Preferences Barometer, March 2022, 4,000 respondents across 12 countries

Organizations that support employee wellbeing, safety and healthy lifestyles are preferred by today's workforce. Image: JLL Work Preferences Barometer, March 2022, 4,000 respondents across 12 countries

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