“According to industry estimates, 69%1 of an average workforce of 23,000 employees are either suffering from or are at risk of major illness, resulting in significant disruption to operational effectiveness.”

(Frost and Sullivan July 2019)

Employers are losing substantially in medical and productivity costs due to employee absenteeism, poor work performance, short- and long-term ill-health.There are several factors that come into play like, poor diet, lack of regular exercise and no proper care plan which are costing the employer are in the thousands of dollars per employee each year.

“To tackle this global challenge, major employers are collaborating with both mature and progressive employee health management (EHM) IT solution providers that are devising, deploying, and scaling clinical and wellness programs that ensure employee well-being and better financial performance through improved organizational productivity” (Frost & Sullivan July 2019)

 

Frost and Sullivan

  • Global Employee Health Management IT Market, Forecast to 2024, (July 2019)
  • Global Market Leadership- Award, Employee Health Management IT (July 2019)
  • North America Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award- The Employee Mobile Experience (July 2019)
  • Internet delivered Therapies and Mobile Health ushering a new Health Paradigm (June 2019)

 

BCC

  • Wearable Medical Devices: Technologies and Global Markets (Mar 2019)
  • Health Food Reigns (June 2019)

 

Euromonitor

  • Country Reports: Health and Wellness (Mar 2019)

 

Gartner

  • Employee Wellness: A Shift from ROI to Employment Value Proposition (Feb 2019)
  • Hype Cycle for Human Capital Management Technology, 2019 (July 2019)
  • Predicts 2019: Digital Workplace
  • Hype Cycle for the Digital Workplace (July 2019

 

Plimsoll  (UK Market)

  • Occupational Health

 

EBSCO (Journals and Articles)

  • Workplace Health Promotion Is Growing Up but Confusion Remains About What Constitutes a Comprehensive Approach. By: Terry, Paul E. American Journal of Health Promotion. Jul2019, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p845-849. 5p
  • Play Ball! By: Davidson, Terry. Plans & Trusts. Jul/Aug2019, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p3-3. 1p. ,
  • An Overview of Employee Wellness Programs (EWPs) in Large U.S. Cities: Does Geography Matter? By: Otenyo, Eric E.; Smith, Earlene A. Public Personnel Management. Mar2017, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p3-24. 22p
  • Results of the Workplace Health in America Survey By: Linnan, Laura A.; Cluff, Laurie; Lang, Jason E.; Penne, Michael; Leff, Maija S. American Journal of Health Promotion. Jun2019, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p652-665

 

 

 

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