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A global survey study has found that when organisations prioritised employee well-being, engagement increased from 7% to 55%. That is, engagement was 8 times higher in organisations that prioritise well-being.

World Economic Forum. (2010). The wellness imperative: Creating more effective organizations.

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Employees who arrive at work refreshed and revived experience greater work engagement throughout the work day. Work engagement in turn promotes improved recovery at the end of the day.

Sonnentag, S., Mojza, E. J., Demerouti, E., & Bakker, A. B. (2012). Reciprocal relations between recovery and work engagement: The moderating role of job stressors. Journal of Applied Psychology97(4), 842.

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In a review of case studies, PwC UK found that well-being programs resulted in improved staff satisfaction, and in some cases, dramatic increases in staff perceptions of their organisation.

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Promoting mental health by developing positive aspects of work and worker strengths is associated with improved employee engagement and a supportive workplace culture.

LaMontagne, A. D. et al. (2014). Workplace mental health: Developing an integrated intervention approach. BMC Psychiatry, 14(1), 131.

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Being known as a workplace that promotes positive mental health and well-being can increase staff morale and engagement.