New Thinking in the Field of Employee Health and Productivity
Senior leaders are becoming more mindful of the importance of health and wellness in their organizations, and more aware of the link between employees’ health, engagement, productivity and the bottom line. This is music to the ears of the professionals ready to move beyond the wellness program to strategic insights into health and engagement drivers.
In an era where measurable results matter, what should benefits and consulting professionals do to highlight health-engagement-productivity links? What are leading organizations doing to measure the results of their interventions in the workplace? How do they know it is making a difference? This session will cover how behavioural research data can be used to predict health outcomes and provide insights into the impact on productivity of physical, psychological, work and life factors, and the impact of mental health and ‘presenteeism.’
Integrated data across EAP, health, attendance and engagement sources offer the right yardsticks to shift program measurement away from lagging indicators to leading indicators of workplace health and engagement.