Digital Wellness in the Workplace – Tyler Rice
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Over the past decade, companies have invested more and more in employee wellbeing. And yet, in recent years, employees perceptions that their companies care about their wellbeing has fallen rapidly. Why is the increase in spend not translating to improved employee wellbeing, and what can be done about it? This week, I'm in conversation with the Tyler Rice, who is the Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of the Digital Wellness Institute. As a leading digital wellness innovator, Tyler’s work focuses on designing new tools, training, and data measurements to drive awareness of the importance of digital wellbeing for enterprise clients. Today, we'll be discussing workplace wellbeing, and how to create a culture where digital wellbeing can flourish. We explore: investment in wellbeing and why that hasn't paid off, how to put in place changes to encourage workplace wellbeing, and we touch on the implications of generative AI for the way we work. If you want to learn more about the digital wellbeing institute, then support us and them on Digital Wellness Day, on the 5th of May, by joining our free virtual co-working session, powered by Caveday. You can register here: Find out more: Digitally Well Workplaces: Digitally Well Workplace Certification: Host and Producer: ⁠⁠Georgie Powell⁠⁠  Music and audio production: Phil Amalong | ⁠⁠Toccare⁠⁠ 
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