Well-being at work is a situation of balance between all the aspects that condition an employee’s opinion of his or her working environment. The greater the sense of well-being, the better the employee’s willingness to perform his or her duties. There is therefore a direct link between this concept and work productivity. In some cases, telecommuting, or “teleworking”, can aggravate the effects of this relationship or, in other words, seriously affect well-being, productivity and success at work.

Employees who feel at ease in their working environment are exposed to a lower incidence of illnesses and disorders such as depression, stress or anxiety. In addition, they are more motivated and more likely to collaborate and cooperate with their colleagues. In this application, our primary focus will be on addressing stress. However, if you find yourself grappling with persistent feelings of psychological discomfort, it is strongly advised to seek the guidance of a qualified healthcare professional or mental health practitioner.

Companies that are serious about employee happiness – and the business benefits derived from it – may have a specific plan to address the telework variable. 

Having a workplace wellness plan is a way to underline the importance of employees in a company.