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Metrics to Support the Well Being of the Workforce
Date:October 11, 2011 at 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
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Educational Webcast on Tuesday, October 11, 2011 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
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Metrics to Support the Well Being of the Workforce- How Work/life interventions are essential in today's workforce
Organizations are dealing with a number of challenges trying to remain competitive and to create a sustainable approach to ongoing business growth. There is also an emerging awareness of the importance of employee well-being, which goes beyond physical wellness, which is critical to meeting these challenges. Reducing preventable healthcare costs, creating a workplace with highly engaged employees, and identifying ways to support work-life effectiveness have become key strategic imperatives in today’s business climate. Join us as we discuss how developing an approach that focuses on employee well-being by leveraging work/life supports, flexibility, and a culture that supports their use will result in increased employee engagement, and business excellence. We will share groundbreaking results from the 2010 survey of over 4,000 full time U.S. based employees that demonstrate how family care supports enhance employees' health, well-being, and engagement, leading to positive business outcomes that create a competitive edge. Among the many compelling findings, the study revealed that employees who indicate that their employer promotes work-life balance:
• are healthier than individuals who work for less supportive organizations
• report less stress and fewer mental health issues
• are less likely to report lost work productivity due to stress
• are more engaged in their work and more productive
This study reveals tangible actions organizations can take to promote critical business objectives and create a competitive edge.
Who Should Participate
* Human Resource Professionals * Benefits Managers * Managers and supervisors * Strategic Business Development personnel
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Work-Life Programs and Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs)
What You Will Learn
* Participants will learn about the concepts of "well-being" and how it can be useful in developing strategic resources that support the workforce and the needs of the business. * Participants will learn how metrics on engagement and well-being can be used to identify business opportunities and employee outcomes * Participants will be given an overview of work/life principles as a key human resource imperative in today's workforce. * Participants will have an opportunity to probe how their organization might promote work/life benefits to support their business objectives.
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