Well-being programs and business performance
Research reveals new value beyond health care cost savings.
Insights from Optum/Yale study
In partnership with the Yale Center for Customer Insights, Optum® conducted a new research study. We asked and answered this key question: Is there a relationship between investing in employee health and how well a company’s stock performs?
The findings add to a library of evidence that demonstrates how award-winning employee well-being programs correlate with improved business performance. This white paper details these findings. It also describes the robust approach that researchers used to uncover them.