REWIND: Finding Success in Your Wellbeing Program

Wellbeing programming isn’t just a “checked box” anymore; rather, it’s being looked at as a way to make a true impact on a company’s population. However, while having the program is the first step, it’s not the only step you need to take.

If you are looking to improve your population health through wellbeing programming, how do you define success? What should you look for?

1.     Competitive features

2.     Culture integration

3.     Full wellbeing approach

4.     Education and resource availability

“When you include all of the pieces of wellbeing – you can really start to measure the success of your program,” DHS Group VP of Business Development Will Herold, said. “If you do not start with metrics that you want to measure then you have no idea how successful your program is.”

In this week’s Rewind feature, learn more about the metrics that can help you define wellbeing program success – helping you achieve your goals of better population health and more.