For most, if not all employers, health benefits represent a substantial organizational cost. An opportunity exists to examine which elements of benefits are a cost of doing business and which are strategic investments in workforce human capital.
When considering investments, organizational outcomes include a broad array of dimensions, including healthcare cost and outcomes, workforce performance, safety, work quality, and employee engagement.
This session will provide a framework for a broader organizational approach to workforce health, well-being and performance, including a structured metrics framework for evaluation of business impact of specific program interventions.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- a broader approach to evaluating the business impact of investments in workforce human capital
- how operationalizing organizational policies and practices can affect workforce performance
- how workforce well-being strategies can have a meaningful impact on workforce performance
- how metrics-driven approaches to understanding and focusing efforts to improve workforce performance and the associated business value.
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Connecting the Dots: Optimizing Human Capital Investments for Better Business Performance
Connecting the Dots: Optimizing Human Capital Investments for Better Business Performance - Presentation Slides