IBI Presents

Work, Stress and Health Conference

Jun 12, 2017|

IBI Research Director Dr. Brian Gifford and Research Associate Betty Zong presented at the International Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, Work, Stress and Health 2017: Contemporary Challenges and Opportunities at the Hilton Minneapolis in Minnesota, June 7-10, 2017. This conference was convened by the American Psychological Association, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and [...]

Sedgwick Institute podcast with Chris Mandel and Dr. Tom Parry

Jan 17, 2017|

Earlier this month, IBI President Dr. Tom Parry sat down with Sedgwick Institute’s Chris Mandel to discuss IBI’s 20-year trajectory within the ever-evolving field of occupational health. In this podcast, Dr. Parry advocates for an increased attention to the business value of workforce health, recognizing that health must be considered not simply a cost, [...]

Best Practices for Supporting the Emotional Health and Well-Being of Your Employees

Jun 22, 2015|

On June 12th, IBI Executive Vice President Dr. Kim Jinnett presented findings on behavioral health and business-related outcomes at the Silicon Valley Leadership Group’s Workplace Wellness Summit. Sandia National Laboratories provided practical how-to advice from an employer’s perspective around behavioral health improvements tied to job-relevant outcomes.

Diabetes Management and Work-related Outcomes

Oct 24, 2014|

At a consensus conference of the American Academy of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE/ACE) in Washington, D.C., IBI Executive Vice President Kim Jinnett presented an overview of research that connects investments in health to work outcomes – with a specific emphasis on the productivity implications of diabetes management. Her slide presentation is now available as an annotated [...]

The Cost of an Absence: IBI’s Lost Productivity Method

Oct 4, 2013|

IBI recently explained its method of valuing a health-related absence to a group of benefits professionals from one of our member organizations. The valuation method takes into account both wage replacement expenses and associated opportunity costs - such as missed revenue opportunities, overtime and substitute workers. This annotated slide deck was developed for that presentation. [...]