04.08.2023 | 2 min read

Unpacking the business case for happiness

Subjective wellbeing has objective consequences, including the financial performance of companies.

The objective consequences of subjective wellbeing are the subject of a deep-dive interview with World Wellbeing Movement co-founder Prof Jan-Emmanuel De Neve.

Speaking on the ESG Insider podcast, produced by founding member S&P Global, he discusses the ever-increasing evidence base for the business case for workplace wellbeing.

“What’s so nice about the studies we’ve done is that we showed these subjective indicators – how people feel at work – that there’s real objective consequences or objective correlations to very highly objective data, including the financial performance of companies,” he explained.

Listen to the full interview on the latest episode of the ESG Insider podcast.