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How to nurture employee wellbeing in today’s workplace


As employee wellbeing becomes a key focus for many employers looking to support their teams and foster a positive workplace culture, Vrinda Guha, founder of VibeAtion, offers her essential insights on the top things employers can do to support their staff and understand how to nurture employee wellbeing in the modern workplace…

With Gen Z and Millennials making up a significant portion of the workforce, it’s important for companies to understand their unique needs and provide tailored solutions to support their overall wellbeing,” says Vrinda.

Prioritising employee wellbeing is not only beneficial for individuals but also essential for creating a positive and productive work environment. Employers, take note – nurturing employee wellbeing is a win-win scenario that benefits both employees and the business as a whole. “Prioritising employee wellbeing isn’t just the right thing; it’s a smart business decision. Happy and healthy employees are the key to a thriving organisation,” adds Vrinda.

How to nurture employee wellbeing with physical, mental and emotional initiatives

Utilising a combination of physical, mental, and emotional health initiatives, VibeAtion implements EX strategies built on scientific foundations that combine academic excellence with innovative feel-good experiences. The resulting programmes, create lasting impact for workforces of all sizes, transforming business performance. “Our mission is to promote long-term employee wellbeing and happiness that enhances productivity and overall company success,” says Vrinda Guha, founder of VibeAtion.

Committed to revolutionising workplace wellbeing, read on for Vrinda’s top strategies for helping employers better support the wellbeing of their employees and build a culture of care and compassion in the workplace.

Top strategies for staff wellbeing support

Flexible work arrangements:

Offering flexible work arrangements, such as remote work options or flexible working hours, can significantly benefit Gen Z and Millennial employees. Vrinda emphasises the importance of trust and autonomy in the workplace: “Empowering employees to manage their own schedules fosters a sense of ownership and can lead to increased productivity and job satisfaction.”

Invest mental health resources:

Providing access to mental health resources and support is crucial for employee wellbeing. Employers can offer counselling services, mental health days, or mindfulness programs to help employees manage stress and maintain good mental health. Vrinda advises, “Creating a culture that destigmatizes mental health issues and encourages open conversations can make a significant impact on employee wellbeing.”

Wellness programmes and packages:

Implementing wellness programmes that focus on physical health, nutrition, and fitness can help employees lead healthy lifestyles. Vrinda suggests incorporating group fitness classes, healthy snack options, and wellness challenges to promote a workplace culture of health and wellbeing: “Encouraging employees to prioritise their health can lead to improved morale and mental health.”

Foster a sense of community:

Create opportunities for team bonding activities, social events, and initiatives that promote a sense of belonging and connection among employees. “Don’t underestimate the role of community in wellbeing,” says Vrinda. “A strong sense of community can enhance job satisfaction and overall happiness. Employers should foster a supportive and inclusive workplace culture.”

Professional development opportunities:

Investing in employees’ professional development shows a commitment to their growth and success. Providing opportunities for training, mentorship, and career advancement can boost morale and job satisfaction among Gen Z and Millennial employees. Vrinda explains, “Giving employees a chance to learn and grow in their roles can increase their sense of fulfilment and loyalty to the company.”

Work-life balance:

Promoting a healthy work-life balance is essential for employee wellbeing. Encouraging employees to take time off, setting boundaries around work hours, and respecting personal time can help prevent burnout and improve overall happiness at work. Vrinda highlights the importance of setting clear expectations: “Balancing work demands with personal time is critical for maintaining employee wellbeing and productivity.”

More about VibeAtion

For more information on VibeAtion and its innovative wellness solutions, visit and embark on a journey towards a more vibrant and productive workplace.

Empower your workforce, prioritise wellness, and unlock your team’s full potential with VibeAtion. Forever changing the way we work, one Vibe at a time.

VibeAtion is the brainchild of Vrinda Guha. It offers bespoke programmes that provide comprehensive wellness solutions delivered through engaging Employee Experiences (EX). Using unique Diagnostic Events, VibeAtion engages directly with employees and employers to gain insight into a brand’s current EX status and build a bespoke strategy. Each solution meets the individual needs of the organisation by working in tandem to fully understand their workplace culture and employee dynamics.

Taking its commitment to performance seriously, the brand has partnered with The GC Index, a renowned global organisation specialising in maximising individual and organisational impact. Through the strategic identification of individuals’ strengths and impact within the organisation, VibeAtion offers a scientific approach that empowers businesses to leverage their human capital effectively and measurably improve organisational success.