Behavioural economics has been a part of Google’s diet for a while. Together, Google’s Food Team and the Yale Center for Customer Insights have looked at employee health choices and their findings are shared in this article in the Harvard Business Review. Using an evidence-based approach to understanding employee decisions in relation to food, the study reveals a number of suggestions, such as bundling healthy food together, product placement in a buffet and the potential impact of surveys designed to turn healthy eating goals into habits. This is a great perspective on workforce nutrition.
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