Project Description

Chief financial officers know, in nearly equal measure, that ill health has an important effect on workers’ absence, on their ability to focus on the job and on the corporate bottom line. In fact, the management of all health-related costs (e.g., medical, absence, disability) is the second-ranked healthcare management objective for CFOs over the next two years, trailing only the need to control health plan costs.

This survey of 343 senior finance executives focuses on findings relating to health as a cultural or financial priority in CFOs’ organizations; the relationship between employee health and the bottom line; and the types and sources of information that CFOs value and use for assessing the link between health and organizational performance.

This executive summary provides a brief overview of the findings.

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