At Alan, we founded “Healthy Business” as a research institute and community to help business leaders attract, retain talent and generate exceptional business performance.
Employees' expectations are now more focused on impact and purpose, with work-life balance a priority. An Alan x Harris barometer shows that 66% of French employees are willing to earn less money for a more meaningful job.
Digitalization and the pandemic have accelerated the transition to a flexible work age, with tools available to change working ways and increase productivity.
Staying on top of ‘talent’ trends requires CEOs and CPOs to proactively lead the change and adapt their company culture and working methods. This can be a daunting task, especially in fast-paced and highly competitive business environments where company performance must remain uncompromised.
We defined Healthy Business while building Alan with the conviction that economic value skyrockets when there is genuine care for the people who build the company.
According to the Alan x Harris barometer survey: 85% of French employees believe that improving their mental wellbeing at work will strengthen their loyalty to the company, their productivity and their engagement.
Our project is to apply the maxim "anima sana in corpore sano" ("a healthy mind in a healthy body") to business.
We are in the early stages of the "Future of Work" and if our current approach works well for us now, it might not be suitable for most companies.
of French employees believe that improving their mental wellbeing at work will strengthen their loyalty to the company, their productivity and their engagement.
of French employees believes companies have a strong responsibility to take care of the mental wellbeing of their employees.
of French employees are experience burn-out
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