Does a company culture of good health lead to greater employee engagement?
Yes argues the Consumer Health Mindset analysis, who found employees who work in strong cultures of health were more likely to say they have control over their health and are less likely to report stress having a negative impact on work than their counterparts.
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A study shows that letting employees be themselves decreases turnover and increases customer satisfaction.
If you missed this when it lit up the web back in 2009, it’s not too late to buckle up and enjoy. (Behold rapping flight attendant David Holmes in the video below.)
Holmes is an oft-cited example of Southwest Airlines’ ethos of promoting employee individuality. The idea has become a hallmark of Southwest’s reputation and brand, and certainly sounds nice in theory – but it turns out it’s good in practice, too.
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