Global Talent Analytic Measurement Strategies
Looking at Employee Wellness Programs through
an Independent ROI & NPV Lens
Next steps in advancing studies of the financial impact of workplace health promotion programs includes . . . engaging independent third parties to evaluate programs1
Employers in the U.S., Asia and Europe have never been more interested in work force health and productivity management investments as something that can be leveraged into a distinctive competitive talent advantage and a measured ROI and NPV. Indeed, according to Aon Hewitt’s 2014 Health Care Survey, progressive employers are evaluating emerging health management opportunities, selecting and advancing the right strategies for their businesses, and implementing those strategies with a keen focus on measuring results and improving the ROI and NPV of their health benefits investment. But in a recent PwC CEO survey, approximately 80% of the 1,250 CEOs signified they considered ROI important, but only 12% indicated they receive sufficient human capital ROI information.