Absence and presenteeism accounts for an average of 38 days' lost productivity per employee per year, marking an upward trend in lost productivity since 2014, when the number was only 23 days.
Chris van Stolk Gives Keynote Speech at Health and Wellbeing at Work 2017
8 March 2017
Chris van Stolk, vice president at RAND Europe, gave a keynote presentation at the Health and Wellbeing at Work 2017 exhibition on 7th March. Van Stolk chaired the ‘Best Place to Work’ programme, providing his own unique insight into what makes an organisation a good place to work.
Van Stolk reflected on his experiences managing RAND Europe’s work on VitalityHealth’s Britain’s Healthiest Workplace and leading a major project on health and well-being at work for the UK’s Department of Health.
Professor Dame Carol Black, who serves on RAND Europe’s Council of Advisors, is the expert adviser for Health and Wellbeing at Work 2017. The exhibition aimed to provide attendees with new ideas and resources to ensure employees are engaged, motivated and healthy.