With employers reportedly spending more than $3.5 billion yearly on workforce wellness and well-being initiatives, business leaders need visibility into the strategies most likely to produce returns on those investments.
New research from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) confirms that high-performance organizations take a holistic approach to well-being, applying distinctive next practices linked to better business performance and greater levels of workforce wellness.
In this latest meeting of the New York CHO Group, you're invited to join a discussion with i4cp CEO Kevin Oakes and a panel of New York executives for insight into select key findings from this important study, including:
- The well-being initiatives most correlated with high market performance
- How high-performance organizations are increasing their focus on emotional/mental health
- Aspects of organizational culture that support greater workforce well-being