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The Whole Employee: Healthcare, Wellbeing and Resilience by the Numbers

Healthcare, Wellbeing and Resilience by the Numbers

 

What’s the whole employee?

Your employees don’t bring a small part of themselves to work. A whole employee approach to workforce management takes a holistic look at the multitude of factors that affect employee performance and engagement. That can include factors such as:

 

Moving beyond healthcare into wellbeing

As the largest employee cost besides compensation, managing healthcare costs and risk is still important. Wellbeing has elements that cover both healthcare and non-healthcare outcomes, including:

Source: Aon’s 2021 Global Wellbeing Survey

 

Wellbeing is a value driver

The top three reasons employers choose to increase their investment in health and wellbeing are productivity, motivation and job performance.

Source: The Rising Resilient Report

Source: Aon’s 2021 Global Wellbeing Survey

 

Resilience: More than a buzzword

Organizations need resilient employees more than ever, yet just 30% of employees are resilient.

Source: The Rising Resilient Report

Source: The Rising Resilient Report