The best businesses take care of their employees because they know that they will get back so much more. However, they can’t just initiate projects randomly and see what works. They need to plan things carefully to make the most of finite budgets and limited time while producing excellent results.
That means defining goals and thinking of the best ways to achieve those goals. Every project must be part of a greater scheme with each one providing measurable improvements in employee wellbeing. Indicators of success might include employee satisfaction ratings from periodic surveys, number of sick leave filings, employee retention rates, wellbeing project engagement numbers, and so on.
For assistance in strategic wellbeing, consult specialists on the topic. Their input can be particularly useful right now with the shift in remote work and the challenges that this brings to the workforce.