An introductory guide for employers seeking to exploit competitive advantages, boost their benefits ROI, reduce healthcare costs, or manage change.
Employee “Engagement” has been all the rage. Look no further than your favorite business or human resources blog, magazine, podcast, or newsletter to learn more about the said impact engagement has on productivity and workplace culture. We know engagement is vital for our organizations but how do we improve it on the eve of a new decade?
Gallop reports that 85% of workers in the US are not engaged, or disengaged from the workforce. When it comes to healthcare, we believe that these numbers are north of 95%. Beyond simply being “present” while at work, what is the cost of engagement (or lack-thereof) when it comes to your employee benefits program, most specifically your health plan? Perhaps the most important question is how do you know if you have an engaged population when it comes to healthcare, and what can you do to improve?
SPOILER ALERT: You, like a large majority of businesses, already suffer from a lack of engagement. It’s okay, because you’re different than other companies. You actually want to do something about it. So we’re going to help you fix it.