Companies are looking for best practices to drive evidence-based improvements across their assets and their organizations, and, most importantly, to improve the health and well-being of their people.9 They want to understand the relationship between health, well-being and performance metrics.10 They are seeking guidance to help them benchmark their actions against their peers in annual environmental, social and governance (ESG) and corporate social responsibility (CSR) reporting.11 And in an era where the health of employees is increasingly understood to be material to corporate performance, the need for substantiated data and benchmarkable metrics on health and well-being is increasingly important,12 particularly for an investment community looking to mitigate risk, evaluate financial performance and identify opportunity.13, 14
The 12 Competencies for Measuring Health & Well-being for Human & Social Capital provides companies a way to re-think the ways in which health and well-being strategies can help drive their organizational culture, strategy and ESG reporting. At the same time, the 12 Competencies offers a research-based framework that helps organizations measure and track the impact of their investments in health and well-being on multiple and connected levels of influence over time.
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The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) is a public benefit corporation and the world’s leading organization focused on deploying people first places to advance a global culture of health. The WELL Building Standard anchors a WELL ecosystem that includes WELL v2, the WELL Community Standard, the WELL Health-Safety Rating and WELL Accredited Professionals.