When implementing workplace wellness programs, organizationshave the right intentions; to offer a program that will helptheir employees live a healthier life and to limit medical costs tothe organization.

The problem is that too many organizations are sabotaging theirown efforts without even knowing it. And it's no fault oftheir own.

Most organizations are making critical program design mistakeswhen starting a wellness program. First, there are too many partiesinvolved in the process of selecting a wellness provider, few ofwhom are actual wellness experts. Each of these parties hastheir own idea of which components will be the best for yourorganization’s wellness initiative.

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