Improve your recruiting and retention efforts by offering the right benefits
By Patricia Clabeaux, Executive Vice President-Chief HR Officer, Independent Health
According to a 2017 Strategic Benefits Survey conducted by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), organizations that use benefits as a strategic tool for recruiting and retaining talent reported better overall company performance compared with organizations that did not (58% vs. 34%). These organizations also experienced above-average effectiveness in recruitment and retention as compared to their counterparts:
Making sure your employees get the preventive care they need
Receiving regular preventive care is the most important step one can take to better manage his or her health. Preventive services include check-ups, screenings and counseling that prevent illness, disease and other health-related problems. These services can help detect serious medical conditions and lead to early treatment, which in turn increases survival rates, improves quality of life and lowers long-term medical costs.
Ways employers can offer healthier food options at work
Nearly a quarter of working adults obtain foods at work during the week, and the foods they consumed averaged nearly 1,300 calories per person, per week. That’s according to a 2019 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Partnership with the Buffalo Bills produces winning results for WNY
Independent Health is proud to announce that it will continue to serve as the Official Health and Wellness Partner of the Buffalo Bills for the next five years. Since 2014, we have teamed up with the Bills to help improve the health and well-being of Western New Yorkers through several community-wide initiatives.