How to Promote Well-Being in the Workplace
It’s not surprising that many companies today offer employee wellness programs. A recent CDC study reported that about half of all American workplaces offered some type of wellness initiative. If your company hasn’t yet incorporated an employee wellness program into your benefits, now is a perfect time to start.
And with more employees working from home now and in the future, many companies are re-inventing their wellness programs to promote work-life balance, productivity, and create a virtual company culture. It’s an investment in your employees’ health, as well as your company’s, and will ensure that both continue to thrive.
In this guide, you’ll learn how to:
Develop the right program for your company
Leverage new benefits that make your company competitive
Make sure the program rollout is a success
This checklist helps you create a competitive wellness program, helping you retain talented employees, while increasing their productivity.