Workplace Wellbeing Trends for 2024

In this week's podcast I talk about workplace wellbeing trends for 2024 and I revisit the predictions I made in 2021 too. Continue Reading Workplace Wellbeing Trends for 2024

Welcome to the 225th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. On today’s episode, I am going to be talking about what I think workplace wellbeing trends for 2024 will be. 

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In today’s show on Workplace Wellbeing Trends for 2024

  • Why I decided to make this episode. [02:25]
  • The trends I predicted in 2021. [01:40]
  • Stats on the current workplace wellbeing picture. [03:59]
  • The top 5 trends I predict for 2024. [05:21]
  • About the ageing population in the UK. [15:08]

Quotes on Workplace Wellbeing Trends for 2024

  • Work-life balance has gone out the window, as we are living in a VUCA world.
  • 2023 seemed much harder than 2020 or 2022 in terms of workplace dynamics.
  • Workplace wellbeing is vital and is not going anywhere.
  • The most common cause of stress is work-related stress
  • There are more women than ever in the UK workforce right now.

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