The word wellness may appear complex but in reality it is not. To be precise wellness can be thought of as a series of positive choices one makes to live one’s life to the fullest! The major dimensions of wellness that are most recognized by experts in the field.
In this series we are going to have experts speak on the aspects of occupational wellness as the focus of the Podcast surrounds the work, occupation and job.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), most people spend 1/3 of their adult life at work. Assuming another 1/3 of their adult life is spent sleeping (if they’re getting enough sleep), this is really a lot of time! Therefore, understanding what occupational wellness is, why it’s important, and how one can improve it is vital to the workplace happiness.
Since most people spend a lot of time at work, it’s important to make sure one has a sense of pride and accomplishment in what one does professionally. Therefore, before jumping into a career path, it would be appropriate to recommend doing the homework thoroughly and researching what it takes to be successful in a specific workplace. One also needs to explore the kind of work/life balance one will have and understand how colleagues work together in that line of work.
Wellness is a concept that affects all parts of our lives and certainly something that we should bring into the workplace.
The current podcast series would reach out to experts from various fields including practicing psychiatrists to enlighten the listeners on importance of occupational wellness for a happy life.
Listen, learn and practice to be happy!
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