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従業員は、認識よりも重要な仕事の進歩、意味のある仕事を報告します

A study from research and technical advisory firm Forrester Research, Inc., Predictions 2018: Employee Experience Powers the Future of Work, highlights key shifts in the workplace that will contribute to growth by helping employees improve customers’ experiences. Among the study’s findings is that in the U.S., only 32 percent of employees are engaged. This lack of engagement is due, in part, to employers focusing on factors like employee recognition, not the underlying causes. “Studies show that making progress, every day, on the work employees know is most important is the most critical factor in their ongoing engagement. It’s more important than recognition, meaningful work, and social support.” Beacon’s EAP can…

職場のレジリエンス:エビデンスレビュー

A new report by the American Heart Association suggests that training employees in resilience is a useful strategy to reduce stress and depression in the workplace. According to the report “Resilience in the Workplace: An Evidence Review and Implications for Practice,” providing resilience training can strengthen a person’s ability to withstand, recover, and bounce back from adversity, and may improve the ability to cope with, and recover from negative workplace stressors. Training employees on tactics to cope with situations such as dealing with difficult people, remaining calm under pressure, and taking on new challenges successfully can help improve employee resilience and improve the overall health of an organization. The report…

Well-being Initiatives to Boost Employee Engagement and Productivity

Onsite fitness programs, flexible working arrangements, and mindfulness coaching top the list of 14 workplace well-being initiatives recently recommended by the Forbes Coaches Council. Well-being initiatives—comprehensive health and productivity programs—address a workforce’s social and emotional health while increasing employee engagement and sense of fulfillment on the job. View Forbes’ complete list of recommended initiatives, and read about the benefits of each here. Beacon offers workplace well-being initiatives to help motivate and prepare employees to make behavioral changes in support of their health and well-being—from good sleep to healthy weight management to building resilience, and more. Learn more, including how you can implement a well-being initiative in your organization, here.

Survey Finds Behavioral Health a Top Priority for Employers

Good mental health is essential to employee well-being and a thriving productive workforce, and a recent survey shows employers recognize the value behavioral health services provide. A survey of 314 U.S. employers found that 88 percent ranked behavioral health as an important issue over the next three years, and many are making plans to improve the quality of their programs. Employers reported they are committed to making services convenient for their employees and will provide access through telemedicine and mobile apps to help employees manage stress reduction, anxiety, and sleep disorders. Employers identified the following as priorities: Locating more timely and effective treatment of behavioral health issues (63 percent) Integrating…

Study Links Good Company Culture to Strong Business Results

Does a positive work culture affect a company’s bottom line? Research conducted at the IBM Smarter Workforce Institute and the Globoforce WorkHuman Research Institute shows a connection. Researchers set out on a twofold mission—to identify the ideal employee experience and measure its impact on business. They surveyed 23,000 employees across 45 countries, and developed a five-facet Employee Experience Index, which measures belonging, purpose, achievement, happiness, and vigor. Results of their study, which are reported in Workforce magazine, found that high scores in each category predicted higher retention rates, work performance, and discretionary effort—all which can affect a company’s bottom line. The study also identified providing work-life balance, recognizing employee achievements,…

Prescription Drug Misuse Impacts More Than 70 Percent of US Workplaces

Prescription drug misuse is a national epidemic affecting individuals, families, and communities—and the workplace is no exception. A survey released by the National Safety Council found that 71 percent of employers are affected by prescription drug misuse in the workplace, but only 19 percent of employers feel “extremely prepared” to deal with the issue, and only 13 percent feel “very confident” in identifying workers who misuse opioids. Research shows that employer supported and monitored treatment yields better sustained recovery rates than treatment initiated at the request of friends and family members. The National Safety Council offers the following guidelines for employers when addressing this urgent issue: Recognize prescription drugs have…

職場でのアルコールと薬物の誤用

中毒は何百万人ものアメリカ人に影響を与えます、そして、挑戦はただ家に孤立しているだけではありません。米国疾病予防管理センター(CDC)は、労働力のコスト、効果的な職場のプログラムとポリシー、誤用に対処する利点、雇用主が健康的で生産的な労働力。詳細については、CDCのWorkplace HealthResourcesページにアクセスしてください。

職場でのうつ病:事実、数字、およびツール

うつ病は労働力を不自由にする可能性があり、米国の雇用者は毎年何十億もの生産性の損失を被ります。疾病管理予防センターは、うつ病の有病率、人件費、効果的な職場プログラムと方針、うつ病に対処することの利点、およびより健康的で生産的な組織を促進するための雇用者のツールとリソースに関する情報を提供します。詳細については、CDCのうつ病職場の健康に関するリソースのページをご覧ください。  

EAPのビジネス価値:概念モデル

このリサーチノートでは、EASNAは、従業員支援サービスが組織にビジネス価値を提供するさまざまな方法について説明しています。職場のパフォーマンスの向上や費用の節約から、組織開発の向上までです。  

従業員支援プログラムの価値

これらの重要なプログラムが従業員の生産性を高め、ビジネスコストを削減し、従業員のメンタルヘルスを改善してより健康的な職場を促進する方法など、EAPのベストプラクティスについて学びます。