Both genetics and learned skills contribute to how engaged someone is, which in turn, affects wellbeing.
Does that mean it’s possible for companies to improve workplace wellbeing by actively seeking to recruit new hires who are more likely to be engaged in their work?
Absolutely. By utilising personality testing and value assessments, businesses can accurately select candidates with a higher tendency towards engagement at work.
But which personality traits and values make a positive impact on well-being, and what are the qualities to look for when trying to build a super-engaged workforce?