Health Benefits Return on Investment (ROI)
October 30, 2014
Are your health benefits generating a return on investment?
Many companies offer a range of benefits from a number of different providers, which has evolved over time. However, when assessing which are delivering value for the organisation, some businesses find this challenging.
New research, as part of a survey of HR directors and managers for large UK companies, found that
- 35% named demonstrating return on investment (ROI) as their number 1 priority over the next year
- 39% of respondents need advice on how to run a successful corporate wellbeing scheme, with 75% using specialists to help them select healthcare products for staff.
- 49% said managing absence effectively posed a problem in their organisation.
Employee Benefits magazine is increasingly posting new articles and features highlighting the need for companies to deliver metric-driven healthcare solutions for their staff.
This particular piece of research was coordinated by Imperial College Business School.
Bluecrest Wellness welcomes the debate about health return on investment and measurable health benefits.
Our customers receive a comprehensive package of statistics on the take-up of their service with a view to proving the impact that wellbeing benefits have had on the performance of the organisation.