This report provides a summary and an analysis of the 2012 Disability Management Employer Coalition’s biennial survey which tracks employer strategies, advancements, prevalence and effectiveness in the area of Behavioral Risk Management. These findings build on the results from the 2006, 2008 and 2010 studies, providing an opportunity to identify changes in employer trends.
The data indicates employers’ continued recognition of the subject matter, and the emergence of processes to address mental and behavioral conditions in the workplace. As evidenced by the survey results, employers continue to enhance these offerings for their employees and recognize the value they provide in improving the overall employee experience, as well as containing the high costs that can be incurred as a result of behavioral risk conditions.
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