Putting the Pieces Together: Linking Health and Business Performance Measures

Organizations know they need high-performing human capital in order to achieve business objectives, but investments like recruitment and training can't produce value when illness keeps employees away or prevents them from putting in their best performance. In a pilot survey of 86 participants, IBI found that two-thirds of their organizations have information on human capital performance, business outputs and objectives that would allow them to track the impact of workforce health on business performance, yet a minority of link these to health measures. What can employers do to see the big picture?

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