A study, the Watson Wyatt 2007/2008 Staying@Work report found that companies with the most effective H&P programs had a 75% total return to shareholders from 2004 through 2006, compared with a 48% return for firms with low effectiveness scores. Other findings: 1. Organizations with the most effective H&P programs tended to earn a higher market premium and reported the highest average revenue per employee. 2. 48% of organisations said that job-related stress affected business performance. But on...

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9.6.5 Manage workplace cleanliness, health & safety
9.6.3 Develop work & family work/life support systems
9.6.4 Manage & administer employee benefits

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