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Topic: Employees' chronic health conditions cost companies $153 billion per year

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kathryn.menefee
Member since 06/27/2012
Employees' chronic health conditions cost companies $153 billion per year
08/17/2012 / 4:19 pm    #-24

According to the 2011 Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, workers with chronic health conditions cost U.S. companies $153 billion in annual lost productivity costs. Overweight workers with three or more chronic conditions have 42 unhealthy days per year, compared to 4 for healthy workers. What does your company do to prevent and manage your employees’ chronic conditions?

Read the study at: http://whiteglove.com/sm4-hrcom-12



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amy .ohm
Member since 11/21/2012
Re: Employees' chronic health conditions cost companies $153 billion per year
11/24/2012 / 4:17 pm    #-23

Have you seen www.treatmentdiaries.com? www.treatmentdiaries.com/resource/td_empBenefit_NOV12.pdf Making a difference in the way people live with a chronic illness or in caring for a loved one. Connecting to those who can relate with privacy and anonymity is alllowing people to be social but private. They feel better and live well knowing they are not alone.

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