Employee well-being is more than just another wellness program — it’s a way to improve workforce profitability and drive value for businesses everywhere.

The concept of employee well-being sprang initially from the employee wellness program — an initiative aimed at lowering insurance premiums by encouraging positive, healthy behaviors among the workforce. At some point, the definition of wellness expanded to include financial and emotional wellness, too.

When you’re buying a machine or training a new worker, it’s fairly easy to look at the investment and the output to determine a return on investment. Trying to calculate the ROI of employee well-being, however, is inherently challenging because well-being is an intangible aspect of employment.
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