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well-being

noun abounding in riches, affluent, blooming, booming, comfortable, established, flourishing, fortunate, lucky, moneyed, profiting, providential, rich, safety, security, successful, thriving, wealthy, well-off, welllituated well-to-do
See also: benefit, betterment, boom, health, prosperity, welfare
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looking at how investing in staff wellbeing can return dividends for your business or your life, from 12 noon to 12.
The aim of Wellbeing Leave is to reduce the level of sickness by allowing people a day of leave to alleviate stress or take part in a wellbeing activity, returning to work more engaged, healthy and productive.
In mid-2012, a new half-time staff wellbeing coordinator was appointed.
Wellbeing Family Fair is featuring an amazing variety of attractions this Thursday, 23 March from 3pm to 8pm and visitors will benefit from the quality health screenings and specialist talks on different subjects like pediatrics, immunodeficiency study in children and baby led weaning, physiotherapy, skin care, liquid face lift and cosmetic surgery preventive advices, intensifying efforts to encourage healthy living and family wellbeing.
It's also important to look after your mental wellbeing - a person's overall positive sense of themselves and their situation in life.
Over the next eight and a half years, 9% of people in the highest wellbeing category had died, compared with 29% in the lowest category.
Causeway Lifestyle has delivered, and will continue to deliver, significant business benefits to the company, as well as supporting individual wellbeing needs.
London came out on top, with 46% of staff in the English capital benefiting from wellbeing provision.
Such a standard cannot be prudential, he argues, because it is circular to say that the objective requirement for wellbeing (the prudential value of a life) is that the life be truly prudentially valuable.
As a snack food business, Walker chose to focus its wellbeing programme on health and offered its 350+ employees a gym-subsidy, which ran as a 'go more, pay less' scheme.
David Lane, Health & Wellbeing (HWB) assessor from Investors in People, said: "The trust is an exemplar organisation with a joined-up approach to health and wellbeing embedded into the culture of the organisation.