- Higher levels of wellbeing indicate decreased risk of disease, better immune functioning, faster recovery and increased longevity, but also career advancement, job productivity and satisfaction, reduced absenteeism or lower turnover.
- As the line between work and the quality of life slowly fades away, wellbeing is becoming an integrative part of the corporate responsibility and a strategy to drive employees’ productivity, commitment and the organisational energy.
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