Impact of Wellness Program to Employee Retention at Bestlink College of the Philippines, Quezon City

Vol.4, No.1


  • Jhoana Marie Pil Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • Sherlamae Sabado Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • Wendell Trazo Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • April Joy Valenzuela Bestlink College of the Philippines


Business Administration


Employee retention is the most common problem of every organization. Retention is the
most important aspect of every organization that can be improved by introducing variants of
activities and programs to make them feel valuable and included. The best program to
introduce in the organization to make the retention rate decrease is a wellness program that
can track the needs of the employees. This can include stress management and making
resources about mental health available. And add activities that will improve both physical
and mental health. This step can lead to better performers and well-motivated employees
that can lead to success.
The result shows that the wellness practices observed by the respondents at Bestlink were
mostly about health and lifestyle events, with 29 or 58%. The four (4) variables in the parts of
what could be the impact of wellness programs on employee retention are all interpreted as
extremely aware with their respective means of commitment (3.24), performance (3.35),
mental health (3.24), and physical health (3.24). What are the problems encountered in
wellness programs that get 13 or 26% out of 50?
The study shows that most of the respondents were female and currently employed at
Bestlink. Most of the respondents were non-teaching and had 1 - 2 years in service. It also
reveals that wellness programs can improve employee retention in terms of commitment,
performance, mental health, and physical health, and the common problem that may be
encountered by the response of respondents is that it thinks that it can add expense to the
organization. The researchers also suggested improving the wellness program by keeping
the most needed of the employees and keeping the program aligned to make employees
perform better and motivated. At the end of the study, the researchers provide
recommendations, activities, and steps to enhance and improve employee retention in the
organization by implementing wellness programs.



How to Cite

Pil, J. M. ., Sabado, S. ., Trazo, W. ., & Valenzuela, A. J. . (2024). Impact of Wellness Program to Employee Retention at Bestlink College of the Philippines, Quezon City: Vol.4, No.1. Ascendens Asia Singapore – Bestlink College of the Philippines Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 4(1). Retrieved from

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