Employee Wellbeing Projected to Top CSR agenda; 57% of Dietitians Admit to Preferring Taste for a Diet - Health Minute for October 26, 2012

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Employee Wellbeing Projected to Top CSR agenda; 57% of Dietitians Admit to Preferring Taste for a Diet - Health Minute for October 26, 2012

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Friday, October 26, 2012 - 12:00pm

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Employee Wellbeing is projected to overtake environmental and ethical concerns at the top of the CSR agenda, says the CEO of Nuffield Health, David Mobbs. The projection is based on new research by Nuffield, a British health service provider, which surveyed 10 companies and 1,000 employees. Nuffield’s data showed that the most effective wellbeing programs are those that are closely linked to the overall strategy of the organization.

Fifty-seven percent of dietitians say they wouldn’t be able to have overall nutritional success without an occasional meal where taste is the priority. 65 percent admit to cooking or seasoning their vegetables to tolerate the taste. That news comes from a survey of 200 dietitians by Fresh Direct, an online retailer of fresh foods and grocery items. A majority of respondents also said they would acquire a taste for anything that’s good for them.

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