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Good, better, best

Tom Barton

What do good health, better financial returns and the "Best Places to Work" have in common?

Traditionally, perks of the job were salary-based incentives. These straightforward methods of reward and encouragement for employees functioned on the assumption of money as the greatest catalyst of wellbeing. These days, it’s not so straightforward. What purely financial incentives overlook is the relationship between health and wellbeing, and productivity. Not only does an increasing body of evidence demonstrate how improving empl...

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