Investing in your employees’ wellbeing at work isn’t just a nice thing to do. It’s also a smart thing to do — for your company’s bottom line.

New data from Indeed and analyzed by University of Oxford researchers shows that organizations with higher levels of employee wellbeing also have better valuations, better return on assets and better profits.

Put another way: If you invested $1,000 in the 100 top-rated companies for wellbeing in January 2021, you’d have $1,300 by March 2023 — 20% more than what you’d have made by investing that $1,000 in the S&P 500.

Learn more about how an investment in work wellbeing delivers measurable financial benefits — and find out how you can check your company’s wellbeing score.

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