The good and bad of wellness programs in the workplace.
Wellness programs have become common for midsize and large organizations. A RAND Corporation study found that 85% of U.S companies employing 1,000 people or more offer some sort of wellness program. The primary goal has been to reduce healthcare expense and the belief that employee health translates into organizational performance.
Yet job pressure is the top cause of stress in the United States. Most wellness programs just address physical well-being, often ignoring stress and other aspects of mental well-being.
Wellness Whitepaper looks at the encouraging data on current wellness programs and identifies the opportunities for even greater impact
Most existing corporate wellness programs primarily target the physiological aspects of wellness, but a more holistic approach to employee wellness is starting to be researched and understood. This whitepaper looks at the benefits of incorporating resiliency training into your company's wellness program.
Whether you’re looking to start a wellness program or get greater returns from your existing one, this whitepaper is a must-read.