√ Not careful at work. √ Not working as often. √ Not concentrating. √ Less work is completed. That list is the reality for many companies who have not connected a corporate culture of health with employee performance. A recent study by
Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI), demonstrates a tie between an organization’s leadership commitment to employee health, a healthy workplace culture and better job performance. The study reveals a statistically significant relationship between health culture and several job performance metrics. “When employers understand that organizational factors influence not only the health of their workers, but also their performance and contribution to the company, they can take steps to improve the lives of their workers and their bottom lines at the same time,” states IBI President Thomas Parry, PhD. Read on to discover more about
employee health, company culture and employee performance from IBI.