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Companies that have an overall strategy—as opposed to standalone initiatives or tools—do better with well-being outcomes. Credit: Feodora/stock.adobe.com

Well-being of employees is increasingly a top priority for companies, and a new study from Aon finds that well-being also has an impact on company performance. The study, “Working Well—the 2021 Global Wellbeing Survey,” was developed with IPSOS, a global market research company, and was conducted via more than 1,600 questionnaires sent to companies in 41 countries.

Aon officials said the survey aimed to survey to understand how employers around the world are addressing well-being, as well as measure the impact well-being programs have had on their overall company performance.

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