There are financial costs associated with lower or poor wellbeing. This is in addition to increased management time and can include salary being paid to employees not present, loss of productivity of employees working while ill, temporary costs, costs of recruiting new employees (including advertising) and costs relating to advice, grievances, occupational health and other referrals.
Investing in employee wellbeing will improve motivation, morale, engagement, performance and financial results, and a return on investment significantly greater than any money spent on delivering it.
Use our wellbeing calculator (it's a spreadsheet) to calculate the costs of poor wellbeing to your organisation). Simply insert your own figures and use it as a rough guide to see how much you will save by taking action - you can download it using the button below.