June 2012
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High Well-Being Leads to Lower Health Costs and Turnover Rates

Friday, June 8, 2012

A new study shows that well-rounded employees are not only good for corporate productivity, but for the bottom line as well.

Supporting employees in all areas of their lives can increase engagement and contribute to lower health costs and turnover rates, according to the Gallup Consulting report The Economics of Wellbeing by Tom Rath and Jim Harter.


"Every day in your organization, some employees don't show up, don't give their best effort, erode your productivity, and cost you mill

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