Well-Being at Work Training

Well-Being at Work Training

Well-being at work is the responsibility of both the employer and the employee. They maintain and develop well-being at work together. Well-being at work at the workplace is always promoted by managers, supervisors and and employees.

Well-being at work training contributes to safe, healthy and productive work done by skilled employees and work communities in a well-managed organisation. Employees and work communities perceive their work as meaningful and rewarding, and feel that it supports their life management.


Well-being at work affects an organisation’s competitiveness, financial performance and reputation. Well-planned investments in well-being at work can pay for themselves many times over.

Research shows that well-being at work has a significant positive impact on business performance measures such as productivity, profit, customer satisfaction, reduced employee turnover, sickness absence and accidents.