Well-being as an objective
We work with and for people. What could be a better and more rewarding than to make major lasting contributions to the well-being of customers, partners and employees? Or improving the working practices and the day-to-day lives of people? In a world of increasingly knowledge- and communication-based interconnected global economies, office work – and therefore human beings as resources – are taking centre stage. People are no longer the objects but the subjects of value creation. There’s one thing industry agrees on. If people enjoy being at the office, they won’t just be more satisfied and identify more closely with their companies, but they will also be more motivated, efficient and creative. And in the competition for the best talents, soft factors like a sense of well-being are becoming more and more crucial. Aspects such as health, simplicity of processes, comfort, esteem and success are also vital.