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A majority of multinational employers pursue a global health promotion strategy. The reasoning behind this drive to improve employee health varies; to:

  • Impact employee productivity by reducing absence and presenteeism.
  • Improve employee engagement and influence organizational attraction and retention.
  • Decrease health care costs.

The challenge is how to effectively address these company concerns across a culturally and geographically diverse workforce. An effective, global wellness strategy is critical to success.

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Becoming the Healthiest Workforce: Learning from Johnson & Johnson's Experience Becoming the Healthiest Workforce: Learning from Johnson & Johnson's Experience
The Global Business Group on Health spoke to Roya Bartlett, Global Health Services (GHS) Employee Well-being and Health Innovation Center of Excellence Lead for Europe, the Middle East and Africa to learn more about J&J's global well-being program and how the company tracks its progress to become the healthiest workforce.

Using the Power of Storytelling to Address Mental Health Stigma and Employee Well-being Using the Power of Storytelling to Address Mental Health Stigma and Employee Well-being
The Global Business Group on Health spoke with Lilly Wyttenbach, Managing Director, Global Wellness Manager and Liza Nicholson, Vice President, U.K. Benefits and Wellness Manager with JPMorgan Chase United Kingdom (U.K.) about JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s global approach to well-being.

Leveling the Playing Field Globally: Learning from GlaxoSmithKline's Core Health Offerings Leveling the Playing Field Globally: Learning from GlaxoSmithKline's Core Health Offerings
The Global Business Group on Health interviewed Laura Hunter McLeod, Health Project Lead at GSK to learn more about the company's core health offerings that will eventually be available in its largest sites around the world.

 

 

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