Over the last few years, the wellbeing trend has skyrocketed. What was previously viewed as a work perk is now deemed an essential offering for not only attracting top talent but keeping employees happy and healthy in their roles.
For this reason, workplace wellbeing has become increasingly ingrained into HR policy. And rightly so. Particularly as the lines continue to blur between personal and professional life, and employees remain hyper-connected 24/7, wellbeing is something that Feedr’s CEO and Co-Founder, Riya Grover says has gained corporate traction more recently.
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