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August 13, 2022
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The good, the bad and the ugly of workplace wellbeing

FTSE companies that prioritise wellbeing and engagement outperform others by 10 percent according to a study from SOMA Analytics. Similar results are apparent across a range of related studies. With such a significant impact, it’s surprising that businesses are still not measuring the impact of wellbeing activities to optimise their offering. If you don’t know how effective wellbeing activities are, how can you justify the spend to decision makers? The issue for many employers and HR professionals is, measuring wellbeing is an unknown entity, it’s difficult to know where to start. Booking in a few activities and hearing how employees…
The good, the bad and the ugly of workplace wellbeing

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