24.05.2023 | 2 min read

Happy staff often make for satisfied shareholders, study finds

The Financial Times has summarised some of the latest findings in the field of wellbeing science.

Research findings which add weight to the so-called ‘business case’ for wellbeing has been shared in the Financial Times.

Some of the latest work by World Wellbeing Movement founding member and academic partner, the Wellbeing Research Centre, examines the relationship between workplace wellbeing and firm performance.

The findings, published as a working paper this month, support the business case for investors to advocate for, and company executives to focus more on, staff wellbeing – a connection that has long been widely discussed but difficult to prove.

Read the full piece in the Financial Times (account required).