An impressive 69% of leading organisations are making it a priority to bolster their health and wellbeing program over the next one to two years, according to the recent Tower’s Watson survey.
60% of our waking hours are spent at work so it is no surprise that smart businesses are seeing the correlation between health and productivity.
The latest research shows that health, work behaviour and the value of your people are linked. Put simply, employee health status directly influences work behaviour, work attendance and on the job performance. Developing healthier employees will result in a more productive workforce.