Reading Time: 5 Minutes Read In my previous blog post, I shared how important it is for us to provide a flexible and healthy working environment for our employees. In addition to having an open policy on home office, we feel that as an employer, it’s our responsibility to help our team maintain their physical and mental health. Employee well-being and employee performance are closely linked: a culture of wellness actually drives results by helping to create a more engaged workforce. I thought I would share our employee wellbeing initiatives with you. When it comes to attracting and retaining top talent, it’s essential to understand the desires and needs of employees at their workplace. This can be quite challenging because let’s face it, we tend to concentrate on the present and only focus on our health when a problem hits. Painful illnesses and permanent disabilities not only make an employee’s life miserable, but they also raise critical human resource issues. We believe prevention is always better than cure, so promoting health at the office (and outside, too) is a top priority.