High-performing organizations have long known that the key to sustainable business success lies in an organization’s ability to engage employees and empower them to bring their best selves to work every day. Those same organizations know that total employee well-being — from physical, emotional and psychological to financial, educational and relational — is foundational to their business. Research continues to show that companies that invest in the health and well-being of their employees have happier, more productive employees who are better collaborators and stronger leaders. Companies that invest in employee well-being also see stronger business results.

See also: 3 key predictors of success in employee well-being programs

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