How HR Leaders Can Reduce the Healthcare Costs Associated with Chronic Conditions
Employee wellness programs can be as diverse as the companies that offer them. Employees are likely to be able to choose whether or not to participate, and employees might carry out healthy behaviors at home or at work, attend health fairs, or sign up for smoking cessation programs.
When properly implemented, a successful employee wellness program can not only improve the health of your employees, but also increase their productivity and help your bottom line. HR leaders today are tasked with creating a wellness program that is valuable and cost effective for their company. The health and wellness of employees is set to be a top priority in 2019 as healthcare costs paid by companies per employee continue to rise.
To help you navigate the challenges of preventing chronic conditions from eating up more of your healthcare spending, download the brand-new whitepaper, Top Ways HR Can Impact Chronic Disease Prevention and Costs.
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