Healthy workers are three times more productive than their less healthy peers. Meanwhile, individuals identified as high risk are three times more costly than individuals with low health risks. Based on these facts, most companies can easily appreciate the value of successfully implementing a wellbeing improvement program for their population. But there’s a catch. That one important word. “Successfully.”
Many companies have tried and failed. If your organization is embarking on a wellbeing journey for the first time, or if you are starting over and want to get it right this time, the following list is for you.