Various studies have shown a correlation between employee wellbeing and productivity, suggesting that happier and healthier employees are more likely to outperform competitors who don't prioritise wellbeing. Investing in wellbeing initiatives clearly has a good return on investment for employers, but is it merely viewed as a buzzword? Here, Mira Magecha, Chief People Officer at Just Eat, and Chantal Wilson, Head of People at Honest Burgers share their insights...


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