VOI vs. ROI: The Case For Employee Wellness Program Benefits
Value on investment (VOI) and return on investment (ROI) are often calculated to justify investment in employee wellness programs. Here’s a quick look at the differences between these two assessment methodologies, and why executives need to broaden their focus to encompass overall employee health.
Gallup Poll: 24% Of Workers Believe Their Employer Cares About Their Well-Being
Though investments in wellness solutions are rising, employees feel their employers care less about their well-being than they did at the beginning of the pandemic.
94% Of CEOs Think They Provide Adequate Mental Health Support, 67% Of Employees Agree
While employers feel they are doing enough to support employee mental health, many workers disagree. Learn what might account for this discrepancy.
Survey: CFOs Value Employee Wellness Over Cost Savings
Despite their role managing corporate expenses, CFOs are more concerned about how well benefits make employees happy and healthy than the costs of plans. This year, IBI, in partnership with CFO Magazine, surveyed more than 300 financial executives to better understand how they incorporate benefits strategy into their financial decisions.