New research by Xerox Human Resources Services in conjunction with the National Business Group on Health® demonstrates employers’ willingness to invest in emerging technologies aimed at improving employee wellbeing despite challenges measuring impact and return on investment.
Xerox is helping employees take ownership of their healthcare by introducing more predictive analytics capabilities to its RightOpt® private health exchange, enabling employers to strengthen their well-being programs.
After prioritizing retention of talent for 2015 compensation planning, 51 percent of employers now consider cost management to be their main focus in the coming year. These findings are highlighted in the ninth annual Compensation Planning Survey conducted by Buck Consultants at Xerox.
Over the next three years, CPAS, A Xerox Company, will work with Los Angeles Fire and Police Pensions to streamline and improve its administration and record keeping operations, helping the city deliver more efficient member and retiree services.
Eighty-four percent of employers believe they have a responsibility to provide a work environment that promotes mental well-being, according to a new Buck Consultants at Xerox survey report “Promoting Mental Well-being: Addressing Worker Stress and...