Great workplaces researchArticles featuring research showing the benefits of happy and great workplaces
For every 96 deaths in a happy and engaged hospital, 103 people die in a hospital where staff are disengaged and unhappy. Learn more in this short video.
There is widespread evidence that happiness in the workplace results in greater productivity and commercial success for companies. Do happier, more engaged employees provide similar benefits to organisations in the public and voluntary sector?
Beyond making companies earn more, happier employees also help firms to significantly reduce costs. Read more in our guest blog by Rhian Doris.
Happy workplaces outperform the market by 136% over 25 years. Find out about the research that shows this in this guest blog by Rian Doris.
Companies that prioritise the happiness and well-being of their employees are generally considered more progressive, are viewed more favourably by the general public and seem to be recognised as morally superior, but do happy workplaces actually perform better financially?
Some of the key evidence that Happy workplaces impact the results both from a purely financial viewpoint but also in terms of quality and service outcomes
“If employees are treated right, they treat the outside world right, the outside world uses the company’s product again, and that makes the shareholders happy” – Herb Kelleher, Southwest Airlines
In the high-tech world, innovators are increasingly turning towards meditation and mindfulness to cope with the ever-changing and stressful environment.