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Strategy Development

A holistic well-being focus requires a new strategy. If the goal is enhancing employee and family well-being, how is that measured and what assessment tools are relevant? What types of additional programs and benefits should be considered? And are there policy and cultural changes that could better support holistic well-being? Companies making this transition will need to deploy implementation strategies that involve working across the organization, engaging managers and identifying metrics that connect well-being to business performance.

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Three Approaches to Assessing Employee Well-being Three Approaches to Assessing Employee Well-being
This document outlines three approaches to capturing data on employee well-being beyond physical health, including considerations associated with each method.

Well-being at Work: The Road Ahead Well-being at Work: The Road Ahead
This document highlights three important transitions occurring in the well-being industry.

 

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Workforce Strategy 2019
Our annual conference is the best source of leading-edge content, high powered networking and up-to-the-minute sharing of new ideas and best practices for large employers focused on well-being, productivity and workforce strategy.

Institute on Innovation in Workforce Well-being
The Institute work focuses on increasing employee engagement in their health and reducing lifestyle-related risk factors and costs.

Plan Design Network Discussion
Network and exchange information on designing workforce well-being programs.

Key Milestone in Well-Being Program Design
This timeline offers key milestones that have occurred in the in the design of well-being programs.

Press Release: 48 U.S. Employers With Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyles® Awards
Employers are honored for having the best workforce well-being programs in the nation.

 

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