Wellbeing & Quality of Life

MARKO Advance is striving to improve the quality of life and enhance social awareness of the importance of happiness for individuals and families, by creating the necessary environment to develop lifestyle options, covers a variety of aspects in social life – from mental & physical health through safety and access to public services. These programs would provide a positive and motivating work environment, enhance employee affiliation, and economic and social impact, and improve employee performance. 

Our services include:

  • Consulting
  • Creating a well-being & Quality of Life Department (i.e., happiness, employee culture, employee experience)
  • Development Programs
  • Certifications
  • Assessment Tools
  • Cultural Transformation
  • Awareness & Workshops

Why should we care about achieving happiness and quality of life?

  • Enhance social awareness of the importance of happiness and quality of life.
  • A positive environment helps to develop appropriate behaviors and minds that affect an individual’s thinking in the ways of dealing with life and increases productivity in life and work.
  • Solves many problems and increases productivity and continuous development.
  • Would provide a positive and motivating work environment
  • Enhance employee affiliation
  • Improving employee performance

SOME INTERESTING FACTS

  • Happy people are 6 times more likely to innovate and solve problems creatively
  • Wages contribute only 12% of happiness at work
  • Teams with happy workers are 28% more productive
  • Happy workers miss 24% fewer days of work
  • 81% of current C-suite execs say that improving their well-being is more important than advancing their career (68% of employees feel the same way).
  • 83% said they’ll expand their company’s well-being benefits over the next 1-2 years, while 77% said companies should be required to report “workforce well-being metrics publicly.”
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  • 84% of C-suite execs said they thought their workers were thriving from a mental health perspective — but only 59% of employees rated their own mental health as “excellent” or “good.
  • 91% of the honchos said they saw themselves as caring leaders – but just 56% of workers thought their bosses cared about their well-being.
  • Employees who pretend to be happy admit that they are unproductive for more than 15% of an 8-hour workday.
  • 81% of unhappy employees pretend to be happy at work.
  • 85% of the employees are not engaged in their jobs.