In the same way that clients demanding diverse engagement teams are having a positive impact on diverse recruitment within service sectors, in the future, demands for high standards of wellbeing within engagement teams might inspire employers to take action. Audited wellbeing metrics could become the norm. To this end, employee well-being could become a commodity, one that both benefits productivity and paints a picture of an employer that doesn’t work its staff excessively hard. Additionally, better understanding of optimal stress for performance and productivity, coupled with next-generation fitness trackers, might be used to produce metrics and ‘nudges’ to maximise employee efficiency in real time. A preferred future might be one where instances of chronic stress are rare and demand independent investigations into the actions and circumstances that caused them..