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Who Survives? How Benefits Costs are Killing Your Business explains how aligning business incentives can increase employee productivity up to 35%, decrease absenteeism up to 25%, and lower health benefits cost up to 30%, all while keeping their top performers happy. These results are possible in every workplace if business leaders know what to do. The key: align the best interests of workers (making money and staying healthy) with the best interests of the company (making money and growing the business).
Written in clear, straightforward terms, Who Survives? leads readers through an evaluation of their current policies and defines a clear strategy to achieve greater incentives alignment between the interest of workers and the interests of the company.
If companies create the right incentives workers will be at work, productive and healthy and business will be more successful. But the interests of companies and workers need to align in order for businesses to survive and thrive. Who Survives? explains how.
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"Wendy Lynch and Hank Gardner are true gurus of health care economics. I've seen their model in action... IT WORKS! Who survives? How Benefit Costs Are Killing Your Company is excellent reading for executives who want to find a superior health care model." --Thomas Emerick, Partner and Chief Strategy Officer of Laurus Strategies, former Manager of Benefits, Walmart, Burger King, and British Petroleum
"Every CEO understands that a productive workforce can make the difference between struggling and thriving. But until now, no one had described the right combination of incentives and policies to help employees and businesses succeed together. Who Survives? is a data-driven recipe for success. Follow these steps and your shareholders, your top employees, and your managers will thank you." --Gregg O Lehman, Ph.D. CEO, Meridian Group. Former CEO of HealthFitness Corp, INSPIRIS and the National Business Coalitions on Health.
"This book summarizes a growing literature overlapping health economics, human resource management, and finance into a concise blueprint on how companies can win the struggle to remain viable in a global marketplace. The book articulates productivity principles on how executives can change their pay/benefits structure to increase output and profits, and provides human resource managers with empirical evidence on how their policies incentivized their workers. It is a must read for companies wishing to remain competitive in the world bazaar!" --Richard J. Butler, Ph.D. , Martha Jane Knowlton Coray University Professor, Department of Economics, Brigham Young University
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