Improving sensory health can help employees feel happier, healthier, and more productive. LifeSpeak Inc.’s Aimee Gindin (CMO), shared insights with HR Daily Advisor on what sensory health is, how it impacts workers, and what employers can do to support it.
In the article “Remove Invisible Burdens That Are Holding Your Employees Back,” Gindin discussed the effects of sensory health on mood, stress, concentration, and job performance.
The piece provides several tips employers can implement to improve sensory health in their workforces, including evaluating the sensory impacts of the office environment.
“If employees are feeling anxious, depressed, or overwhelmed and aren’t sure why, their sensory systems may be at least part of the reason,” says Gindin.
Read the full article on HR Daily Advisor.
“There are opportunities everywhere for organizations to improve employee sensory health. When employees understand the sensory inputs that affect their day-to-day wellbeing, they can better deal with them, which will ultimately make them happier, healthier, and more productive in both their personal lives and their professional endeavors.”
– LifeSpeak Inc.’s Aimee Gindin for HR Daily Advisor