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Synonyms for wellbeing

a contented state of being happy and healthy and prosperous

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Some 63.4 per cent of those with the poorest wellbeing rent a property, compared to 35.8 per cent of people with the highest wellbeing.
Parents have benefitted from a wellbeing fair, where they were introduced to new wellbeing and mindfulness techniques, as well as linking with local agencies who offer support for domestic violence and other issues that the community may find difficult to talk about or seek help.
Sophie Wilson, from Bebington & Wilson Ltd, who completed the certificate, said: "The course has been very useful and given me the tools to support my role and employees' health and wellbeing."
Community wellbeing --or feeling safe and having pride in one's community --also improved between 2016 and 2017.
Peter Bohan, director of occupational health and wellbeing at Sidra Medicine, explained how the rights and safety of patients and staff can be protected by healthcare institutions that implement effective plans.
Bohan outlined the key elements of wellbeing as physical wellbeing, psychological wellbeing, and social wellbeing, both at work and outside of work.
A new wellbeing hub is available on the FSB website, along with various tools, signposts to advice and a guide on how to support wellbeing in the workplace.
Wellbeing programs that are embedded into the culture of an organization see stronger enrollment, higher participation rates, and greater long-term sustainability--which leads to higher overall employee engagement.
Sydney: NAB Group Executive Michaela Healey said that the recent NAB Wellbeing Index found that an astounding 40 per cent of Australians feel highly anxious - with young women the most affected.
Staff at Canterbury District Health Board (DHB) will need ongoing help to increase their resilience and protect their wellbeing if they are to provide the best health care to the people of Canterbury.
Five steps to positive mental wellbeing WELLBEING is about living in a way that is good for you and the people around you.
Madam subjective well-being concerns peoples' self- reported assessment of their own wellbeing.1 Having a good subjective well-being has always been desirable for humans and the concept of a good life and the ways of achieving it have become important over the years.2
It used questionnaire answers to measure a type of wellbeing called 'eudemonic wellbeing', which relates to your sense of control, feeling that what you do is worthwhile, and your sense of purpose in life.
According to others, because well-being is the highest prudential good (HPG) for the individual as a human being, wellbeing must meet not only the individual's own standards, but also certain objective standards of worth.
Synopsis: Individual wellbeing, engagement, and a culture of wellbeing link to important organizational outcomes.