On Workplace Investment in Employee Well-Being

Bulmash Ben


Many modern organizations invest substantially in employee well-being, especially knowledge-intensive companies. However, decision makers fail to make informed choices based on theoretical advancements and empirical evidence provided by years of high-quality research on individual well-being. This study reviews five fundamental scientific principles regarding people’s experiences of well-being and discusses the possible implications of the findings on organizational well-being initiatives. My purpose is to encourage organizations and decision makers to make more effective evidence-based investments in employee well-being.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22158/rem.v1n2p166


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