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The myth holding back wellbeing measurement; Step challenge boosts mental health

It's a myth that workplace wellbeing can't be measured, but determining appropriate metrics requires assessing both leading and lagging indicators, a wellbeing specialist says.

Historically, most employers have not defined what wellbeing means to them – and therefore, "what 'good' looks like" – making it difficult to create a business case for wellbeing investment, says Sonder medical director and head of member support and physician, Dr Jamie Phillips.

"They have not always clearly determined their wellbeing parameters, measurable attributes, and leading and lagging indicators – so it's difficult to know how to measure wellbeing," he tells HR Daily...

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