Neurologist, psychiatrist and Holocaust survivor Victor Frankl believed everyone, no matter their situation, could find deeper meaning in their lives. He said no matter what you do, meaning can be found. People who believe they do meaningful jobs are more engaged, which is good news for both workers and employers.

Isla Galloway-Gaul, MD of furniture consultancy Inspiration Office, says: "When people are engaged, they adopt the vision, values and purpose of the organisation they work for. They become passionate contributors, problem solvers, and are a joy to work with."

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