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All Well And Good — Wellness And Wellbeing In The Office Workplace In China

Shaun Brodie • 01/03/2018
China Office Wellness Wellbeing Report 2018
A rising living standard in China is raising life expectancy. At the same time, new health problems are appearing as a result of societal affluence, and these are growing in volume as more workers switch to jobs in the tertiary sector.
For China, it is essential to make sure the workforce in the country remains operational and healthy. If workforce health declines, generally worker productivity, household incomes, savings, assets and consumption as well as corporate and personal income governmental taxation revenue can experience long-lasting attenuation.
For corporations in China, one key underlining reason to have healthy employees on their books is productivity and, especially, employee productivity. Any corporate wellness and wellbeing program which makes certain a workforce is healthy and happy is a program which is better at safeguarding the corporation’s balance sheet.
Globally, there is an array of office workplace wellness and wellbeing programmes a corporation in China could bring into being. Out of the group of CRE professionals working in China we interviewed, the vast majority have heard of wellness and wellbeing.
Finally, most of those companies operating in China we surveyed have either adopted a wellness and wellbeing program or will adopt a program, which is very encouraging for workplace wellness and wellbeing implementation and execution in China in the future.

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