Well-being at work isn't just a new start-up trend: it is a company commitment towards its employees.
Nowadays, the most successful and appealing companies are those who take a special
interest in the health and well-being of their employees. It goes without saying that healthier
employees with greater organic energy perform at a higher level.
Good nutrition therefore makes excellent business sense.
Making commitments to well-being within your company contributes to building
your employer brand and improves your company's attractiveness on the job market.
You attract new talent and reduce your employee turnover by 12%.
Companies setting up wellness programs see their employees' productivity rise by 8%.
Getting involved in your employees' well-being allows you to act on their health and reduce absenteism by 40%.