A study has found those workers who eat healthily and exercise regularly have better job performance and lower absenteeism.
Unsurprisingly, individual well-being not only relates to the quality of a person’s life but it also has implications in the work environment.
Did you know? Employees who eat five or more servings of vegetables and fruit four times a week are likely to be 20 per cent more productive than their peers who don't follow these healthy eating habits.
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, January 2013