Happier workers, higher profits? | National Institute of Economic and Social Research

Citizens’ wellbeing is rising to the top of the political agenda in Britain.  Just yesterday the government and its partners announced a What Works Centre for Wellbeing which initially has over £3.5 million over three years to investigate the d

Source: niesr.ac.uk

Not too light that the work becomes unproductive, yet not too hard that it takes away from productivity. Pay decent wages with profits, even for low skilled employment, and don’t sweat the short term profits so much. That’s sanity and sustainability. Anything else is abuse or unsustainable.


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