Repeat Participation

in wellbeing

A business case for long-term investment

Significant parts of the modern workforce are unhealthy and unhappy. Despite this, HR often struggles to make the business case for health and wellbeing. Our report shows long-term investment in wellbeing is key to healthy, productive cultures. It  bridges the gap for HR leaders who want to take action and build a business case.

Download the paper and discover:

  • How value on investment better defines the success of wellbeing programs 
  • How to transform culture through behavioural change
  • The link between repeat participation in wellbeing programs and improvements in productivity and cultural issues, like stress
  • A compelling business case that proves investment in wellbeing converts to the business outcomes that matter

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