Wellbeing and the bottom line

Richard Martin




As the noise from World Mental Health Day dies, here's some interesting research commissioned by Mind - click here

The report's findings include "a statistically significant positive correlation between mentions of wellbeing and a company's earnings before tax. Even though not conclusive alone, all these indicators combined can support the hypothesis that the more a company cares about the wellbeing and mental health of their employees, the better their financial results."

That might be something worth dropping on the finance director's desk!

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