After an exceptionally tough time in the industry, wellness at work has never been more critical. We were eager to delve into this topic and the role of the average Chief Wellness Officer in the workplace. To find out what this entails, we approached some of our global partners to get their insight into the role and its importance. We met with Steven B. McKinney, Kestria South Korea; Celine Chabee, Kestria Canada; Mathias Friedrichs, Kestria Germany and Michelle Bedford-Shaw, Kestria South Africa, to discuss the scope and benefits.
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