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Workplace Health Programs Linked to Improved Stock PerformanceNew research has just been published demonstrating that companies with best in class workplace health programs tend to outperform their peers in terms of stock performance. The key take-away is that investing in evidence-based employee health programs is a proxy for other highly effective business practices and great governance. Three studies published by Ray Fabius,...
Shahnaz Radjy and Derek Yach | Jan 8, 2016
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