New research connects wellness to financial performance
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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.
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