What’s Good for People? Moving from Wellness to Well-Being
Our latest paper, commissioned by Knoll
- The bottom line impact is clear, wellness needs to be a strategic priority. Stockholders would demand it, if they understood.
- Most organizations invest in wellness, but few address broader well-being.
- The indirect costs of poor health and well-being trump direct costs by a wide margin.
- There is a direct relationship between well-being and healthcare costs, productivity and more.
- Globally the top drivers of well-being initiatives are increasing productivity, improving engagement, reduced absenteeism. In the U.S., reducing healthcare costs is top priority.
- Workplace strategies that address employee’s physical, emotional, and social well-being increase employee engagement.
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