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Worksite Wellness Trends

Posted on July 6th, 2016 in Worksite Trends and Resources

Keep up-to-date with the latest issues that may affect your workplace.

Tuning in to Employee Wellness: How Do You Make It Cool to be Healthy? Mari Ryan, MBA, MHP, CWWPC, CWP, discusses the benefits of fostering a work environment that helps create the conditions in which employees will motivate themselves. Read full article.
 

Feeling stuck in the status quo and sensing you may have have an unhealthy workplace culture? Dr. Rosie Ward and Dr. Jon Robinson of Salveo Partners address this with Overcome an Unhealthy Workplace Culture. The authors provide a series of questions to determine if your workplace has a spirit of thriving organization wellbeing and the 7 Points of Transformation strategy to promote a thriving work culture.Read this informative and enlightening white paper. 

What Employees Want -- Six Questions that Make Creativity More Valuable than $$$ When Planning Your Wellness Program. Build a more supportive workplace with a better understanding of these six questions and answers.  Learn how to better communicate the value of wellbeing.

Beyond good intentions: Making health behavior change a reality. Ronald J. Ozminkowski, PhD and senior vice president and chief scientific officer at Optum, explores the role physical environment plays in maximizing the impact of health and wellness programs in an insightful white paper. Understanding both the emerging science and the important role our environment plays in influencing daily health decisions will help employers build a more robust culture of health in the workplace. Learn the science behind how people make health decisions.

Health management ROI: It's time for a fresh approach. Read what Ronald J. Ozminkowski, PhD and senior vice president and chief scientific officer at Optum, has to say about the value of wellness programs and how their value can be demonstrated by boosting productivity and safety, lowering absenteeism, improving quality of life and reducing health risks.  See how combining people metrics and business metrics can impact overall performance.