Employees who are in good health are less likely to take time off work and are, on average, three times more productive than those in poor health1.
Evidence also shows that work is beneficial to health and wellbeing, and it can give individuals a stronger sense of self-esteem, purpose and identity2.
1. Business in the Community. Musculoskeletal Health Toolkit for Employers, 2018
2. Local Government Association. Health, work and health-related worklessness, 2016
“Good worker health contributes to high productivity and successful enterprises which supports economic prosperity, and the social wellbeing and wealth of communities”
World Health Organisation: Healthy Workplace Framework and Model, 2009