A Study of Corporate Wellness Program An Initiative To Improve Work Life Balance
Corporate wellness programs are initiatives by organizations to promote and improve the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of their employees. These programs are designed to help employee to lead healthier and happier lives, which in turn can lead to increased productivity, job satisfaction, and overall organizational success. Work-life balance is an essential aspect of these wellness programs, as it is crucial for employees to maintain a healthy balance between their work and personal lives to avoid stress and burnout.
The objectives of this research are to study the concept and importance of work-life balance and corporate wellness programs; different corporate wellness initiatives currently present in the organization; the effect of corporate wellness programs on work-life balance; and the relationship between work-life balance and corporate wellness initiatives.
- Corporate Wellness Program
- Work-Life Balance
How to Cite
Yadav, M., & Umap, D. (2023). A Study of Corporate Wellness Program An Initiative To Improve Work Life Balance. PARIDNYA- The MIBM Research Journal, 9(1), 01–07. Retrieved from http://mibmparidnya.in/index.php/PARIDNYA/article/view/172914
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