Why Employee Wellness Makes Good Business Sense
Investing in wellness is good for employees.
Engagement by the numbers: How employee engagement helps boost the bottom line
- For every $1 spent on integrated care, a US employer saves $6 in overall medical costs.1
- 85% of executives agree that employee health is central to improving business productivity.1
- Nearly 9 in 10 executives believe that investment in employee health and wellness has a direct impact on a company’s financial performance.1
A healthy boost to employee engagement: How wellness initiatives engage employees
70% of employees enrolled in wellness programs have reported higher job satisfaction than those not enrolled in such programs.1
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1 The Economist, The employer imperative: Driving US economic vitality through a healthy, productive workforce,
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