Are your employees prepared for emergencies?

Your workplace wellness program likely includes topics such as eating healthfully, exercising, getting preventive screenings, and dealing stress, but does your program cover being prepared for emergencies – at the workplace and at home? Emergency preparedness is an often overlooked area of health and wellness, but is an important subject that your employees need and…

Foolproof Marketing Tips For Wellness Program Success

Don’t just have a workplace wellness program; sell its benefits to your audience through effective marketing communications Company A informs employees about its workplace wellness program during new employee orientation and then periodically through a general company newsletter. Company B uses short, often humorous, messages with eye-catching visuals to provide workers with information on the…

You Don’t Know Unless You Ask… Sage Advice for Employee Wellness Program

Communication — including workplace wellness program communication — is the exchange of thoughts, information, and/or messages between people. The key word being exchange.  If it’s not a back-and-forth, two-way discussion, it’s one-way lecturing, and who appreciates a lecture? Smart organizations ask employees for their wellness program questions and comments, and invite employees to participate in…

Wellness Program = FUN

As a wellness program participant, what would you think sounds like more fun: filling out a health-risk assessment and seeing what areas of your health you need to improve…or attending a wellness fair where you sample a tasty recipe and try out a new fitness class? You’re probably thinking, “Duh, that’s a pretty easy question…