Workforce and Employment

It's official: happy employees mean healthy firms

The correlation between employee well-being and performance is now grounded in real data. Image: LSE

George Ward

Researcher at the Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics

Jan-Emmanuel De Neve

Assistant Professor of Political Economy and Behavioral Science, University College London

Christian Krekel

assistant professor in behavioural science at LSE’s department of psychological and behavioural science, LSE

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