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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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Bohan said: "In the healthcare sector, inadequate occupational health and wellbeing policies and processes can lead to serious illness or even death for patients.
We must also recognize that occupational health and wellbeing in organizations is a constant, not a one-off.
In fact, the most successful wellbeing programs are those that take into account all of the varied factors that contribute to health, engagement, and satisfaction in and beyond the workplace.
Premier Jay Weatherill will open todays conference and launch the South Australia: State of Wellbeing statement.
looking at how investing in staff wellbeing can return dividends for your business or your life, from 12 noon to 12.
In mid-2012, a new half-time staff wellbeing coordinator was appointed.
It's also important to look after your mental wellbeing - a person's overall positive sense of themselves and their situation in life.
However in that study low scores came against questions related to general wellbeing.
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.
My defense of an objective conception of wellbeing is contrary to the general trend these days.
The award celebrates workplace wellbeing and covers effective planning, supportive management, supportive culture and work-life balance - all leading to more awareness of health and wellbeing and a healthier workplace.
The centre, which is the brainchild of think-tank Lles Cymru Wellbeing Wales, has the support of other charities across Wales and would be aimed at putting individual and community wellbeing at the heart of Welsh politics.