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Wellness: Creating More Effective Organizations

Wellness: Creating More Effective Organizations

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This report, prepared in partnership with Right Management (A Manpower Company), argues that making wellness central to business strategy opens an important new avenue to increasing organizational effectiveness. Indeed, research shows that organizations that choose to follow this path are more likely to boost workforce productivity, drive business performance and realize core strategic goals.
This report, prepared in partnership with Right Management (A Manpower Company), argues that making wellness central to business strategy opens an important new avenue to increasing organizational effectiveness. Indeed, research shows that organizations that choose to follow this path are more likely to boost workforce productivity, drive business performance and realize core strategic goals.

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Published by: World Economic Forum on Mar 21, 2011
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The Wellness Imperative
Creating More Effective Organizations
In partnership withRight Management (A Manpower Company)
 
The views expressed in this publication do not necessarilyreflect the views of the World Economic Forum.
World Economic Forum
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This report was written by Alistair Dornan of Right Management(a Manpower Company) with the support of Eva Jané-Llopis,Head of Chronic Disease and Wellness at the World Economic Forum;and Kamal Kimoui and Shahnaz Radjy of the World Economic Forumfor coordination, design and layout.
 
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Executive Summary 3Introduction 4How the Research Was Conducted 5Major Findings 6
Wellness and Organizational Performance 6Wellness and Productivity 7Wellness and Engagement 7Wellness and Creativity and Innovation 8Wellness and the Retention of Talent 8Wellness has Strategic Importance 8
The Wellness Shortfall 9
Regional Variations 9Sectoral Variations 11
The Way Ahead 13
Redefining Wellness 13Wellness as a Strategic Priority 14Make It Strategic 15
Conclusion 16

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