Human Resource Executive Mar 23, 2022
One in five employees used telehealth in 2021, according to new data from the Integrated Benefits Institute, a health and productivity research nonprofit.
Intelligent CXO Mar 21, 2022
To help employers better understand the current landscape of workplace health programmes to encourage the health and wellbeing of their employees, health and productivity research non-profit, Integrated Benefits Institute conducted an analysis of current offerings and trends.
BenefitsPRO Mar 11, 2022
The report by the Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI) analyzed data from the 2020 National Health Interview Survey and the 2021 Household Pulse Survey.
People Matters Feb 16, 2022
Data from the Integrated Benefits Institute has revealed a contrary on-ground reality. As per IBI findings, less than half (46%) of US employers are offering some type of workplace health programs to their staff.
Modern Healthcare Feb 12, 2022
She points to research from the Integrated Benefits Institute, which indicates that depression afflicts one in eight employees and is one of the costliest conditions for employers' disability insurance policies, at $17 per employee, per year, compared with hypertension, diabetes and obesity, all of which are between $1 and $2 per employee, per year.
BenefitsPRO Jan 26, 2022
The 2020 Benchmarking Trends report, released by the Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI), is drawn from the nation’s largest dataset of claims filed with employer-sponsored short-term disability, long-term disability, federal family and medical leave, and Workers’ Compensation benefits programs.
Archinect Jan 13, 2022
The Integrated Benefits Institute used data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics along with its own dataset to analyze disability wage payments, state disability insurance, sick leave wages, and employee benefits for its calculation.
Staffing Hub Jan 4, 2022
COVID-19 absences have cost employers more than $78.4 billion, according to an analysis from the Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI).