The new Cigna report titled, “The Heart of a Healthy Workforce: Employer-Sponsored Health Plans are Key to Economic Prosperity [PDF],” looks at the inextricable link between employer-sponsored health benefits and employee well-being, business productivity and overall economic prosperity.
Elise Labott, adjunct professor at American University, and David Cordani, president and CEO of Cigna, recently chatted about how the COVID-19 pandemic has upended the workplace, driving greater focus on employee health and well-being.
Experts from Cigna, Accenture, Economist Impact, and Business Group on Health sat down earlier this month to discuss employee expectations in today’s hybrid work environment, the impact of stress and burnout on business growth, as well as best practices to manage employee health and well-being.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light the inextricable link between employee health and well-being, and business and economic success, as evidenced in a recent study by Economist Impact, commissioned by Cigna.
The Employer Imperative: Driving US Economic Vitality Through a Healthy, Productive Workforce
In new research from Cigna and Economist Impact, explore the role of employers in driving links between employee well-being and productivity, business success, and overall economic vitality in the US.