Three new peer-reviewed studies published in a recent issue of the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine add to the growing evidence that investment in workforce health and well-being is one facet of high-performing, well-managed companies.
The studies examined the change in stock prices for three portfolios of employers after they won awards for their employee wellness programs or self-scored themselves as having a comprehensive program. In all three cases, award winners and those with high scores outperformed the S&P index, at rates ranging from seven percent to 16% per year.
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