Employee Wellbeing: A Key to Business Success

22 June 2024
Sofronis Angelos BBA in Business Administration, MSc in Strategic Management of Tourism Destinations, Instructor of Economics and Entrepreneurship at New York College, Founder of Fitness in Greece
Employee Wellbeing: A Key to Business Success

Employee wellbeing is crucial for a business's success. According to research by Harvard Business Review, companies that invest in employee wellbeing see a 21% increase in productivity and a 27% reduction in sickness-related absences. However, many companies implement piecemeal solutions that do not address the real needs of their employees. In this article, we will examine common mistakes in the field of corporate wellness and present our company's services that ensure a holistic and long-term approach.

Common Mistakes in Corporate Wellness

Not Asking Employees About Their Needs

One of the biggest mistakes is the lack of dialogue with employees. According to Gallup, companies that listen to their employees' needs have a 24% lower employee turnover rate. It is crucial to conduct regular surveys and discussions to understand their needs and challenges.

One Yoga Class a Week is Not Corporate Wellness

While yoga can offer significant benefits, it is not sufficient on its own. Employees need a broader range of activities and support that covers their psychological, social, and physical needs.

Lack of Medium- and Long-term Planning

The lack of strategic planning is disastrous. Without a clear plan, wellness programs fail to achieve their goals and provide real benefits to employees and the company.

No Goals

Measurable goals are essential for evaluating the success of a wellness program. According to Deloitte, companies that set clear goals for their wellness programs see a 34% increase in employee engagement.

Fragmented Services Are Not Corporate Wellness

Fragmented services, without connection and coherence, do not offer the necessary holistic benefits. Consistency and a strategic approach are key to success.

Massage  Is Not Corporate Wellness

Massage can be a pleasant offering, but on its own, it is not enough to be considered a wellness program. A comprehensive approach is needed that covers all aspects of wellbeing.

Our Approach to Corporate Wellness

At our company, we create long-term wellness strategies and tailor our services to the real needs of executives and the company.

Analyzing the Real Needs of Executives

We rely on scientific analysis of the data we collect through surveys and assessments to better understand working conditions and the company culture. According to PwC, companies that analyze their employees' health and wellness data see a 30% improvement in productivity.

Holistic Approach

We offer a range of services that include classes, seminars, outings, and team-building activities, all tailored to your company's needs. A holistic approach is essential to cover all aspects of wellness.

Continuous Evaluation and Intervention

The wellness program is evaluated regularly to ensure it remains effective, and we intervene where necessary. According to SHRM, companies that regularly evaluate their wellness programs see a 25% increase in employee satisfaction.

Enrichment and Implementation of the Program

Our company does not just create a wellness program. We develop personalized strategies that meet the unique needs of your business. We understand that the success of a wellness program depends on continuous adaptation and evolution, as well as the active participation of employees.

Education and Awareness

We offer seminars and workshops that help your employees understand the importance of wellness and how they can incorporate healthy practices into their daily lives. This contributes to creating a culture of health and wellness in your company. Education is a cornerstone of any successful wellness strategy. By continuously learning about the latest wellness trends and practices, employees can stay motivated and engaged in maintaining their health. This is where our collaboration with New York College in Greece shines, offering advanced courses and training sessions that equip your workforce with essential knowledge and skills.

Team Building Activities

Team-building activities, such as outings and collaborative games, strengthen relationships among employees and improve the workplace atmosphere. Research shows that strong interpersonal relationships in the workplace increase performance by 20%.


With the right approach, corporate wellness can become a powerful tool for improving employee performance and happiness. Our strategies are based on scientific data and are tailored to each company's needs, offering real results.

Fitness in Greece is your trusted partner. More and more major companies that want to lead in their field trust us to create wellness strategies to ensure the health and performance of their employees. Contact us for a free consultation and learn how we can help you create a successful corporate wellness program. Invest in your employees' wellbeing, see their performance soar, and stand out!

In addition to our wellness programs, we recognize the importance of continuous education in driving employee success. Partner with New York College in Greece, where excellence in education meets innovative wellness practices. Equip your employees with the knowledge and skills they need to thrive in today’s competitive environment. Explore the programs at New York College and take the first step towards a healthier, more educated workforce. Visit New York College for more information.


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