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4 Pillars Of Success

Our 4 Pillars of Success for Well-being

Unlocking our 4 Pillars of Success with Pivot HR. Through our partnership, you can clearly identify the root of organizational stress and anxiety and help create a better working environment. Over 80% of workers in the US suffer from stress which affects their personal and workplace well-being. Our 4 pillars of success address this stress for overall health and include Emotional Well-being, Environmental Well-being, Physical Well-being, and Social Well-being. To learn more about how Pivot HR can help your organization sustain high morale, health, retention, and positivity in the workplace, call us today at 954-205-3331.

Emotional Well-being

Increase your humans’ awareness, understanding, and acceptance of their emotions by using valuable tools to better manage their well-being.

Evidence to Support the Need for Emotional Well-being

  • 1 in 5 adults are living with a diagnosable mental health condition.
  • About 90% of employees feel they are able to better perform when mental health is addressed.
  • The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on the emotional well-being of employees.

Environmental Well-being

Your workforce will begin opening up to the awareness the interconnectedness humanity has with our environment and awaken to the power they all possess as individuals to build a better future for our planet.

Evidence to Support the Need for Environmental Well-being

How to elevate you eco
Mindfulness Coaching

Physical Well-being

Learn about how to do-it-yourself biology. Your humans will begin to understand the
biology of their body, make incremental lifestyle changes, and make improvements in their physical health and well-being healing their body.

Evidence to Support the Need for Physical Well-being

  • Research shows that employees who get at 75 minutes or more of vigorous physical activity weekly take an average of 4.1 fewer sick days per year.
  • Physically inactive employees cost $.26 per hour worked in 2014, and that number has likely risen.
  • Health benefits of physical activity include reduced risk of depression, chronic diseases including heart disease and diabetes, some cancers, and stroke.

Social Well-being

Help your internal and external humans feel valued and integrated into their work environment by enhancing their experience and creating a more equitable workplace.

Evidence to Support the Need for Social Well-being:

  • Adults with strong social support have a reduced risk of health issues, including an unhealthy body mass index (BMI), depression, and high blood pressure, according to the Mayo Clinic.
  • Close work friendships boosted employee satisfaction by 50% in one Gallup survey.