Luemo Workplace Wellbeing and the National Retail Association (NRA) have formed a collaborative partnership to help retail businesses become wellbeing workplaces.
Luemo’s General Manager, Margaret Aboody says it is no surprise that smart businesses know an engaged and thriving workforce is a competitive edge.
“People do amazing things when they feel they are valued and genuinely cared for. Creating a strong wellbeing culture is essential to achieve this,” she said.
“Now more than ever, workplaces are being called upon to step up and take responsibility for employee wellbeing. Governments, our legal system, doctors and employees themselves are asking business to take responsibility for employee mental health and wellbeing. Not having an effective focus on workplace wellbeing can prove costly for business in terms of dollars and reputation”.
Members of the National Retail Association can look forward to tapping into Luemo expertise via webinars, forums and resources to help support awareness and education around workplace wellbeing. NRA members can also engage with Luemo directly and share valuable Luemo resources with their whole workforce.
The support Luemo provides for its subscribers is expansive, and can be accessed via an online business portal packed with articles, resources, and tools. It’s a central ‘go to’ for everyone in the workplace. Individuals can learn about caring for their own wellbeing, and managers and leaders can tap into resources to support building and maintaining workplace wellbeing.
“The recent pandemic situation has magnified mental health and wellbeing issues.”says Margaret.
“We spend about a third of our lives at work – our workplaces and work colleagues can and should play an important part in keeping us well and providing support when it is needed.
“I started Luemo because I have come across so many great business leaders and managers who want to make a difference to their employee wellbeing, however, don’t know how to do it. They may not have the practical know-how, resources or budget to make a start; or they might be confused about the fashionable or commercialised ‘wellness’ and ‘wellbeing’ advertising we see a lot of today. It can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
“I want every employee, manager, and leader to have access to quality practical resources. Luemo is down to earth, comprehensive, and affordable for ordinary Australian businesses.
I have ensured there is something for everyone – and extended that onto Facebook and LinkedIn as well.”
If you would like to know more or book a portal demo, NRA members can contact Margaret directly on her personal mobile 0402 029104.