By Matt Weston, Director at Robert Half UK
In recent years, if organisations wanted to publically demonstrate their dedication to employee well-being, they would introduce unusual company perks like colourful bean bags, creative breakout spaces, cute office dogs and free breakfast cereals. However, employees nowadays expect a deeper commitment to workplace well-being that goes beyond these cosmetic initiatives. In fact, as recent research has revealed, four in five employees believe that being happy at work is important.
Companies are starting to realise that happy employees, in addition to being more loyal, are also far more productive. Consequently, businesses