Episode #40: How gender plays into wellness in the workplace
Research shows that around 30 per cent of women and 40 per cent of men rate their wellbeing as “very good”, meaning the vast majority of us sit on average or below.
On this episode of The Wellness Daily Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Suzanne Deeming to explore the findings unearthed by her data insights platform WorkScore, a digital wellbeing tool that provides a holistic view for businesses on the wellness of their employees.
Suzanne shares the comparative wellbeing statistics with regard to gender, age and industry, explains why men might be more reluctant than women to talk about their issues, and suggests some practical strategies that can be implemented to improve men’s overall health.
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