Is Employee Retention a Giant Mind Game?
How to create a psychologically safe culture centered on well-being that promotes happiness, loyalty and retention at work.
Are employees at your company happy at work? Do you notice colleagues getting sick often and struggling to balance home and work responsibilities? Is there a prevailing belief that there’s nothing they can do besides “get through it”?
These are all common signs of a culture that is not focused on the psychological well-being of the employee. With today’s remote work culture melding our home and professional lives into one, it is more important than ever to ensure employees are heard, seen and feel safe at work.
Matt Jackson, Head of North America at Unmind, a cultural change platform for mental health and well-being, joins Ben Brooks, Founder & CEO of PILOT, to break down what you need to know to create a psychologically safe, well-being-centered culture at your organization:
-What a psychologically safe, well-being-centered culture looks like.
-Signs your employees are experiencing burnout.
-Ways to foster closer manager-employee relationships.
-Top tips to drive engagement, retention and loyalty.
Watch this on-demand webinar now to learn how to eliminate the mind games and create a psychologically safe culture for your organization.
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Here are some results from PILOT graduates:
- 80% of those that participate in PILOT intend to stay with their employer for 2 years vs. the industry average of 60-65%.
- 73% of participants use PILOT monthly vs. the industry average of 5-15% for online learning modules.
33% more participants say their manager shows a genuine interest in their aspirations after completing the PILOT program.