We all know our workforces are our strongest assets. But even the best talent — and performances — can be disrupted by life’s challenges.
Bright Horizons' new research shows that well-being can transform that dynamic. Employees with high levels of well-being are not only exceptionally productive, but they’re resilient and continuously productive even when disruptions — personal or professional — happen, providing organizations with a sustainable advantage.
Access the executive summary of this webinar originally presented by Bright Horizons Chief Human Resources Officer Dan Henry.