The relationship between employers and many employees is increasingly challenged by the link between poor health behaviours and chronic medical conditions, which manifests in a number of different ways, such as increased absenteeism and presenteeism, reduced productivity, increasing claims costs, poor financial wellbeing, and general disengagement.
Sources: Statista, 2019; Gallup World Poll, 2017; Gallup State of the Global Workplace, 2017; http://www.who.int/gho/mental_health/ en/; http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/health-professional/cancer-statistics/worldwide-cancer#heading-Zero; http://www.who.int/ campaigns/world-health-day/2016/en/; http://who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs317/en/; Aon Global Financial Wellbeing Study, 2018.
The fact is, most employers already recognise the correlation between employee health and performance. However, to drive a successful employee wellbeing programme, employers must be ready to motivate behavioural change in the workplace.
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