Research on Employee Well-being
Boston College Center for Work & Family
Executive Briefing: Employee Well-being- A Comprehensive Approach (2016) gives an overview of the essential elements of well-being, current research on employee well-being, and corporate practices which can support employee well-being.
The MetLife Study of Financial Wellness Across the Globe (2011) examines employee financial skill weaknesses and their impact on employee health and productivity. The study describes how two multinational firms, American Express and EMC, have taken strategic measures to address the financial wellness of their employees.
Exploring the Complexities of Exceptional Caregiving (2006) highlights the business case for supporting exceptional caregivers, those who provide care for elders, are parents of children with special needs, or have partners with chronic illnesses or disabilities. PowerPoint presentation
Partner Profile: Health and Well-being (2006) This issue of the Partner Profile Series presents the perspectives, actions, and goals of three of our Corporate Partners who have developed innovative responses to the health needs and well-being of employees in their organizations.