Healthways claims that a new study is the first to reliably link well-being with employee performance outcomes, showing that well-being — apart from being an indicator of health care status and cost —  can help predict job performance.

People who have low well-being, the Healthways study concludes, are twice as likely to have high health care claims costs and four times more likely to visit the emergency room or take short-term disability days.

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