New research connects wellness to financial performance

As the challenge to manage health care costs and reduce employee health risk continues, human resources professionals now have even more reason to advocate for health and well-being programs. A new research study, conducted by Optum® in partnership with the Yale Center for Customer Insights, asked and answered this key question:

Is there a relationship between investment in employee health and stock market performance?

The findings add to the library of evidence that correlates award-winning employee well-being programs with improved business performance. This white paper details these thought-provoking findings and the conservative methodology that uncovered them. 

Click here for the full white paper. 

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