Got wellness? Chances are, your wellness program is likely in need of a serious reboot. According to a recent survey conducted by Towers Watson and National Business Group on Health, most workplace wellness programs simply aren’t making the grade. Half of eligible employees aren’t participating in a single wellness offering, and less that a quarter are choosing to engage with diet and exercise programs.
How can your organization do better? Here are five ways to revitalize your company’s wellness program: Continue reading »
iWorkwell SME Laura Putnam recently participated in an interview on MSNBC to promote her book, “Workplace Wellness that Works: Ten Steps to Infuse Well-Being and Vitality into any Organization”.
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