Since then, editorial review boards of respected research journals in the population and workplace-health fields have called emergency meetings. The boards admitted a need for more diligence in evaluating article submissions, and then improving objective, peer-review standards prior to publication. My phone is ringing off the hook. HA! NOT!!
To turn employees on to your workplace wellness program, you need to get them to tune in. How do you attract – and keep – employees’ attention and prompt employees to take action? By using engaging, timely, relevant health and benefits communication.
What you say, write, or show has the potential to make or maim your wellness program efforts.
Do you know how your wellness program communications are doing?