Well-being/productivity in the workplace of the southern part studied

A group of business leaders, addiction treatment representatives, employment resource managers and family advocates developed a workplace strategy to address economic and employment needs in the community as well as as well as the health and recovery of people with substance use disorder.

The Collaborative Recovery Empowerment of the Southern Tier, or “CREST,” announces the release of a new report titled “Workplace Well-being: A Real Strategy to Increase Your Business Productivity.”

The report is the result of a survey conducted from December 2021 to February 2022 of Southern Tier business leaders working with advocate for workplace wellness practices: Organizational Wellness Learning (OWL).

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Officials say the survey found that employers spend around 39% of their time each month on health issues such as stress, burnout and mental health issues.

Some of the groups working with OWL on the cooperative effort are The AGENCY (Brome’s economic development agency), Broome-Tioga Workforce, The Family & Children’s Society, the Leatherstocking Education on Alcoholism/Addictions Foundation or “LEAF” and the Alcohol & Drug Council of Tompkins County.

The white paper report can be downloaded from the websites of CREST partners, including The Agency, Southerntier8.org and alcholdrugcouncil.org.

A business lunch with an in-depth presentation of the results is scheduled for May 17 via videoconference.

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