Studies and Reports
As the world leader in Quality of Life services, we are committed to deepening our understanding of how Quality of Life is perceived. Whether at universities, in hospitals, on offshore sites, or in small, medium or big companies, our studies allow us to better assess our consumers and clients needs. Furthermore, they help us provide integrated and complete offers of innovative services that contribute to reinforce the well-being of individuals, improve their effectiveness and help companies and organizations enhance their performance.
How Quality of Life boosts the performance of SMEs
To better understand the link between Quality of Life and the performance of SMEs, more than 4,800 small business leaders have been interviewed in 7 countries. The survey results unveil a range of business outcomes SMEs benefit from as a direct result of investing in Quality of Life.
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How leaders value quality of life in their organization
This first international study, conducted by the Sodexo Institute for Quality of Life, collects feedback and insights from 780 decision makers from three different segments (Corporate, Healthcare and Universities).
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2016 Workplace Trends
The Sodexo 2016 Workplace Trends Report examines nine key trends affecting business outcomes and the quality of life of employees and consumers. These trends include workforce health management, employee engagement through recognition, humanizing the workplace, smart energy management in the workplace, big data as a lever of employee productivity and quality of life.
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University Lifestyle Survey
Every two years, Sodexo undertakes a ‘University Lifestyle Survey’ in the UK. In 2016, we have asked students from 148 universities to reflect directly on their quality of life and some of the key factors that influence this (accommodation, social life, health and wellbeing…).
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Quality of Life for Offshore Employees
There is probably no work environment as complex as an offshore platform. These unconventional places call for people who are capable of facing the unknown with professionalism, enthusiasm and resilience. Who are they? What do they expect in terms of quality of life?
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