The Hidden Costs of Your Employees' Poor Health and What You Can Do About It

Focusing on the health and safety of a workforce is good business. It provides opportunities to improve the wellbeing of your employees while at the same time increasing the safety performance, productivity and ultimately the profitability of your organization. This presentation will review the connections between employee health risk and the direct and indirect costs borne by the employer. Then we will examine the opportunities for improvements in employee health and the bottom line that employers can realize through taking an active role in employee health and wellness.

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This webinar occurred on:  March 23, 2017


E. Andrew Kapp, Ph.D., CSP, CHMM - Research Manager, Workplace Health & Safety
Andrew is the Research Manager for Workplace Health and Safety at Underwriters Laboratories. His work focuses on advancing the UL mission to promote safe living and working environments mission through applied research, development and advocacy on a national and global level. He holds the professional certifications of Certified Safety Professional and Certified Hazardous Materials Manager.

Matt Koerlin
Matt Koerlin is the Director of Product Strategy for Healthcare at UL EHS Sustainability in Franklin, TN. Prior to UL, Matt spent 10 years at Emdeon (now Change Healthcare) and through his combined experience at UL and Emdeon has acquired a wealth of experience in addressing problems in healthcare for payers, providers, employers, and patients. With over 20 years of technology experience and a background in Computer Science and Business, Matt brings a unique perspective to the problems faced by businesses and how technology can be used to address these problems in unique, productive, and profitable ways.

Duration: 1 Hour

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