Tuesday, February 2, 2016 by julie
Companies can do more to foster a culture of well-being, according to a recent Deloitte survey. Click here to see the whole study.
The survey found that roughly one in three respondents (33%) do not feel comfortable taking personal time off/vacation days.
Moreover, nearly one-third (32%) say they’ve consistently placed work commitments over family/personal commitments and fewer than half (48%) say their organization as a whole values their life outside work.
“These findings should serve as a wake-up call to organizations looking to retain and attract talent,” says Mike Preston, chief talent officer at Deloitte LLP.
“Organizations are investing in more and more benefits and perks associated with well-being, like flexible work options and unlimited vacation days, aimed at winning the war for talent.