Ten Ways You’re Failing At Employee Wellness
This article was originally published on Forbes.com.
Employee wellness can be incredibly beneficial for your company. Not only can a wellness program help you save on insurance costs, but it can help improve employee morale, boost productivity and build a resilient workforce.
With all of those benefits on the line, it’s a shame that many managers really aren’t getting the most of their wellness programs. Common, avoidable pitfalls can stand in the way of developing a truly effective wellness program.
In my years in the wellness industry, I’ve seen these ten mistakes lead to lackluster wellness programs that really aren’t worth a company’s time or effort. Take a look at your program. Anything sound familiar? Then it’s time to make a change so you can set your employees up for wellness success.