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3 questions to discover employee vitality needs❓

Have you ever wondered how to drive vitality in the workplace without making it feel like an obligation? Or better yet, how do you ensure that your initiative seamlessly meets the needs of employees? That way, not only are employees healthy, but they also feel a real connection to each other and the company. At NewU, we believe the key to success lies in asking the right questions.

Time to read: 5 minutes

3 questions to discover employee vitality needs❓

This week, we dive into three powerful questions any HR manager can ask to discover employee vitality needs.

Question 1:

Do you think it's important for us as an employer to invest in your health/vitality?

This question directly emphasizes the importance the company places on employee health. It shows that you are willing to invest in the well-being of your team. It invites employees to share their views on vitality, allowing you as HR manager to take targeted action.

Question 2:

Would you enjoy participating with colleagues in healthy sports, nutrition and mental wellness challenges? If so, what kind of challenges?

This question is all about creating a common goal and fostering team spirit. It brings colleagues together in their pursuit of a healthier life, both at work and outside.

Tip: Set up a monthly "health challenge" where teams set small but meaningful, goals. Whether it's daily lunch walks together, sharing healthy recipes, or joint yoga sessions after work, it strengthens bonds and promotes a healthy lifestyle.

Question 3:

What kind of support would you like to see from the company to improve your health and vitality?

This question recognizes that each employee is unique and may have different needs. It provides an opportunity for employees to express their expectations and preferences.

Key Takeaways

Ask the right questions: The starting point for any successful vitality strategy.

Create engagement: Use feedback for customized solutions that connect with your team.

Build community: Shared challenges and goals strengthen bonds and promote healthy lifestyles.

By asking these questions, you not only make the first step toward a more vital team; but you also create a culture that puts health and wellness first. A healthy team is a happy team, and a happy team is the engine of any successful organization.

Ready to take the step together? Then let's have a digital cup of coffee together!

With sporting greetings.

Bart & Gijs