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How Vitality Helps Achieve Company Goals

Updated: Feb 1

Creating a workplace with high vitality is essential to any organization's success. A vibrant culture that encourages collaboration and innovation is necessary for any company to reach its goals. By cultivating a workplace where employees feel energized, engaged, and motivated, organizations can unlock their potential and maximize their success.

Vitality in an organization is often associated with employee morale and satisfaction. Employees who are highly motivated and engaged are more likely to be productive and have a positive attitude towards their work and employer. In fact, one study found that highly engaged employees were 21% more productive than employees with low levels of engagement. Engagement results in higher morale, improved collaboration, and greater job satisfaction, and ultimately better performance.

Organizations with high vitality are also directly linked to greater creativity and innovation. When employees feel energized and motivated, they are more likely to come up with creative solutions to challenging problems. This in turn leads to better outcomes for the company. Research has found that customers are more likely to have positive experiences with organizations that have engaged employees, which can lead to increased customer loyalty and repeat business.

It even has positive influences on employer branding. A vibrant workplace also helps to attract and retain top talent. Prospective employees are drawn to a energetic and enthusiastic culture, and those same qualities can help to keep existing employees engaged and motivated. High levels of employee vitality may be associated with lower turnover rates, which is tremendously important as high turnover is costly, considering hiring and training costs.

A vibrant workplace simply benefits the bottom line. Companies with high vitality are more likely to be profitable, as they can capitalize on the strengths of their employees and the opportunities they create, as one study found that companies with highly engaged employees were 19% more likely to achieve financial success compared to companies with low levels of employee engagement.

It is clear that investing in employee vitality can lead to a range of benefits for organizations. If you want to tap into the full potential of your employees and unlock the benefits of a vibrant workplace, consider making a strategic investment in Liftaware as your health and vitality platform. We can help you reach your organization's goals more quickly and with greater efficiency.

Don't wait and reap the rewards of a vibrant workplace. Take the first step towards maximizing your success today!


• Increased productivity: "The relationship between employee engagement and performance: An examination of conceptual foundations," by Scott Tannenbaum and Gary Peterson (published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, 2007).

• Reduced turnover: The link between employee vitality and lower turnover rates is supported by a range of research, including "The impact of employee engagement on performance," by William Schaufeli, Marjolein Leiter, and Christina Maslach (published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, 2009).

• Improved customer satisfaction: Again, the relationship between engaged employees and improved customer satisfaction has been demonstrated in a number of studies, including "The impact of customer satisfaction on loyalty and retention: A two-stage model," by Ajay Kohli and Bernard Jaworski (published in the Journal of Marketing, 2004).

Greater profitability: "The link between employee engagement and performance," by James K. Harter, Frank L. Schmidt, and Theodore L. Hayes (published in the Academy of Management Perspectives, 2002).

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