people in bike and pedestrian lanes The most well-intentioned well-being programs are often cookie cutter, offering canned solutions that are not personalized to each individual and their unique lifestyles. (Photo: Shutterstock)

We’ve all heard the adage, “No two snowflakes are alike.” This rings true even for well-being programs and is a critical factor to consider when deciding what type of program is right for your employees. Every person is on a different journey to better health and well-being, and this is why generalized and oversimplified programs miss the mark, because they are not targeting those who could benefit the most.

Context is key, as one cookie cutter program does not reflect the concept of well-being as a whole.

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