A new paper by Aon highlights the power of data as an enabler of better decisions for the health and wellbeing of employees.
The paper, entitled Unlocking the Value of Employee Data, recognises that strategic decision making processes are aided by having robust, insightful employee data. For example, this data can be used to inform prevention measures, prompt early interventions and spot trends or identify issues an employer is facing that are relevant to their employees’ wellbeing and mental health.
However, according to Aon, 78% of executives have challenges making data-driven decisions.
The paper makes the case for good health and wellbeing data and also provides guidance on how to overcome the challenges associated with accessing and analysing this data including:
- A case study outlining how investment management company Invesco has discovered the advantages of a centralised hub for employee health data
- 5 steps for understanding the insights employers need and the information they don’t – to streamline the process
You can find out more and download the paper here.