The Conference Board uses cookies to improve our website, enhance your experience, and deliver relevant messages and offers about our products. Detailed information on the use of cookies on this site is provided in our cookie policy. For more information on how The Conference Board collects and uses personal data, please visit our privacy policy. By continuing to use this Site or by clicking "OK", you consent to the use of cookies. 
In Sickness and in Health: Do companies care about their employees' well-being?
  • Publication Date:
    April 2011

When contemplating global wellness programs, a dizzying array of influences—cultures, governments, healthcare systems—induces major migraines. Sure, it may seem like a good idea. It may seem like it’s working. But because corporate wellness is a relatively new concept—most firms with a strategy have had it in place less than five years—you can hardly blame multinationals for feeling apprehensive. Nonetheless, whether your company is considering or already has international wellness programs, it’s worth pondering your relationship with your people’s health.

Support Our Work

Support our nonpartisan, nonprofit research and insights which help leaders address societal challenges.

Donate

OTHER RELATED CONTENT

RESEARCH & INSIGHTS

WEBCASTS

CONFERENCES & EVENTS

Employee Financial Well-Being Conference

Employee Financial Well-Being Conference

December 08 - 09, 2020 | (, )

Maternity Through Elder Care

Maternity Through Elder Care

November 09 - 10, 2020 | (New York, New York)

The 2020 Organization Design Conference

The 2020 Organization Design Conference

October 29 - 30, 2020 | (, )

The IBI/Conference Board Health and Productivity Forum

The IBI/Conference Board Health and Productivity Forum

September 15 - 16, 2020 | (Chicago, Illinois)

COUNCILS

BLOGS