Happiness = Productivity

How do you know if your employees are happy? How do you know if you’re happy with the way things are?
“We do not believe in Gross National Product. Gross National Happiness is more important.” – King of Bhutan, Jigme Singye Wangchuck
The concept of Gross National Happiness was first enacted in 2008 by Jigme Singye Wangchuck in the Kingdom of Bhutan, as a philosophy that values collective happiness as the role of government and leadership.
If happier employees make more productive employees, shouldn’t the happiness of your employees be the center of focus? What do your employees want? Better benefits. Lower costs.
Value-based benefits are designed for that purpose exactly: increase benefits while decreasing overall costs. That’s our goal here at Hays.
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