Improve workplace wellness by focusing on the collective 'We'
Employees are not only more likely to try a wellness program, but are also more likely to stick with it if they know their peers are also partaking.
By Emma Maurer|July 18, 2018 at 11:19 AM
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Workplace wellness programs are implicitly focused on the individual: biometric screenings, individual incentives, gym member reimbursements. This approach can leave employees feeling less than motivated to take part because, even though the programs focus is on the individual, by no means does it make the program personalized.
As workplace wellness programs rapidly improve to meet the expectations of today’s workers, it’s important to remember the value of accountability and what a culture of health can do to create a workplace committed to wellness solutions.
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