This post originally appeared on Work Comp Central
The well-being of our workforce is vitally important because it affects both the top- and bottom-line performance of an organization.
Programs that focus equally on the personal health of employees and their professional productivity needs are becoming essential to help companies attract and retain talent. This was the subject of a recent “Out Front Ideas with Kimberly and Mark” webinar.
Our guests were Fikry Isaac, CEO of WellWorld Consulting and retired chief medical officer, vice president of global health at Johnson & Johnson; Andrew R. Gold, Pitney Bowes, vice president of total rewards and human resource technology; Alanna Fincke, senior vice president and director of content at meQuilibrium; and Brad Smith, vice president of analytics and reporting, meQuilibrium.