Don’t Trade on Privacy When Building An HR Data Policy

Is your company stuck in a tuck in a pre-digital model of HR data? Many companies are investing in the daily health and wellness of their employees with company-provided subscriptions to wellness apps, added healthcare benefits for wellness, and tools to improve mental health. All of these tools are ways to improve the benefits the company provides to its employees while also lowering the company’s healthcare-related financial liability by promoting better health. Elisabeth Duncan, VP of human resources at Evive, speaks with Technology Advice about what HR data employers and third-party companies can collect and how a communications platform with predictive analytics can help employees improve health-related decisions and improve benefits utilization.