Valued at over US$4 trillion (NZ$6 trillion), the global wellness market is growing nearly twice as fast as the global economy, following reports from the Global Wellness Institute (GWI).
According to Erica Johnson, co-founder of US-based Modern Health, seven in 10 millennials experience some degree of emotional burnout. While millennials have been the focus of digital media in the past few years, this is for good reason: millennials already are the largest segment in the workplace, expected to account for around 50 per cent of the workforce by 2020, and 75 per cent by 2030.
“Millennials are now the biggest sector of the workforce and they also have higher rates of depression than any other generation before them,” Johnson said.
Providing an emotional well-being platform enables companies to reduce burnout, prevent turnover and retain talent, while also more broadly impacting how society views mental health support.
New Zealand wellness advocate, Brandheart, places this focus at the forefront of its approach to business and brand strengthening. Brandheart believe that the beating heart of every organisation's brand, and reputation, is its people.
After noticing an increasing number of organisations looking to understanding how important the emotional well-being of their people is in achieving their organisational outcomes, Brandheart set out to guide agencies on this journey - creating a workforce with a competitive advantage, exceptional customer service, and a reputation for excellence.
Brandheart has worked with an incredible number of high-level businesses and organisations in New Zealand across all manner of industry, including government, education, insurance, councils, banks, emergency services and more.
If you’re interested in learning more about Brandheart, and achieving results that can only come from understanding the heart of your organisation, call Brandheart on 04 384 9962, or visit https://brandheart.co.nz/ today.