We worked with Deloitte on “The C-Suite’s Role in Well-Being” study in order to understand what the C-Suite’s role in well-being is, and how their employees rate their own well-being. Between February 8th and February 21st, 2022, 2,100 C-Suite executives and employees from the U.S., U.K., Canada, and Australia were surveyed about their well-being in the workplace; including aspects of physical, mental, financial, social, and overall wellbeing.
“We worked with WI to better understand how C-suite leaders can improve both their employees’ and their own well-being. Their incredibly thoughtful approach in creating a robust survey resulted in a provocative piece of research that I believe will help both leaders and employees create positive change in their workplace cultures.”
– Chief Well-Being Officer, Deloitte US
- Nearly 70% of the C-Suite would quit for a job that better supports their well-being.
- Just 56% of employees feel that the C-Suite cares about their well-being.
- 52% of the C-Suite are thinking about quitting because their job is negatively affecting their well-being.
- 68% of the C-Suite admit they aren’t taking appropriate action to safeguard employee and stakeholder health.
- Around 1 in 3 workers and executives “always” or “often” feel exhausted, stressed, overwhelmed, lonely, or depressed.
The study was featured in CNN (x2), Fortune (x2), Forbes (x3), Axios, MarketWatch, INC, CNBC, VOX, New York Post, Yahoo!, Yahoo! Finance, ZDNET, Entrepreneur, Biz Journals, Employee Benefit News, BenefitsPro, HR Reporter, Inside Public Accounting, Staffing Industry Analysts, FM Magazine, Canadian Occupational Safety, Epoch Times, SHRM, Mashable, Reworked, Cleaning and Maintenance Management, and Arianna Huffington shared it on LinkedIn.