‘Good health is good business.’
I am sure that the management likes a healthy workforce, well that’s why there are several medical check ups before the start of your employment right? and primarily because based on statistics, healthy employees are more productive.

 

HRDs know that well being contributes to a healthy, happy, motivated and engaged workforce, lowering absence, keeping stress levels down – and arguably helping to retain employees. This will be more true especially in Business Processing sector where absenteeism is a no no because of the need to support the super demanding customers and that’s why most organizations under this sector exert so much effort for the well being and health of the employees.

 

Here’s a look at what recent studies have found.

  • Employees who eat healthy are 25 percent more likely to have higher job performance.

  • The same survey also found that employees who exercise for at least 30 minutes, three times a week, are 15 percent more likely to have higher job performance.

  • And, healthy employees take fewer sick days. Absenteeism is 27 percent lower for those workers who eat healthy and regularly exercise.

  • Healthy employees reduce healthcare costs.

 

At Elabram Systems Group which handles thousands of employees around the globe, we are making sure that our workforce are enjoying on what they are doing. We are making sure that they are healthier and happier because it means better performance and long term relationship.

 

 

AUTHOR: Grace Nicolas

Took Masters in Management Major in Engineering Management with over 20 years working from different industries. A radio show anchor, a columnist, strategist and public speaker. Grace is the one handling the Marketing, Branding, Public Relations and Business Development of Elabram Systems Philippines and the Social Media platforms for the whole group in Asia; Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Singapore that includes managing the contents and campaigns. You can reach her at mariagracia.n@elabram.com or 09166299381 (Philippines).

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