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Social Well-being Playbook Step 1: Evaluate Needs

Begin with evaluating your organization’s needs. The first step to promoting social well-being is to assess the needs of the population. Complete a workplace social well-being assessment to find opportunities to promote social well-being in the workplace.


Employers also need to consider the demographic makeup of their employee population as every culture has different experiences. Assess social well-being initiatives and DE&I tactics, along with community and environmental programs to identify gaps and opportunities for enhancement. 


Individual employees can begin to assess their own needs. Evidence-based assessments can help employees determine the next steps in supporting their social well-being. Employers can direct employees to helpful resources. 



How to guide your organization in evaluating the needs of your employee population.

The goal is to create an environment that nudges healthy behavior. Contact your Marsh McLennan Agency account team to see about conducting an Environmental Choice Architecture Assessment.

Employee engagement surveys can provide insight into connections and levels of perceived support in the workplace. Contact your Marsh McLennan Agency account team for resources.  


Social Well-being Playbook steps