It's fascinating to imagine. Assuming that corporations could find a consistent method of reporting the data, investors would be able to compare the wellness scores of Company A to those of Company B. A low score might indicate problems within the organization.
What I found most thought-provoking is the article's take on how a "well-being index," as they call it, could transform corporate culture. "A well-being index can bring health and wellness onto the balance sheet as a way for senior executives to understand the value of human capital as a corporate asset."
Amen to that!