- Higher well-being during the baseline year was associated with lower healthcare costs, better productivity and higher likelihood of retention (staying with the employer) one year later.
- Well-being improved significantly in this sample over one year, with healthy behaviors of employees increasing the most dramatically.
- Those employees whose well-being increased tended to experience a decline in healthcare costs, improvement in productivity and an increased likelihood of staying with their employer over the course of one year.
New Longitudinal Study On Fortune 100 Company Ties Employees’ Well-Being To Retention, Productivity And Healthcare Costs
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