If you’re considering starting, or working to revamp, your employee wellbeing program, it’s time to start to consider the real meaning of the word “wellbeing” as it falls into the title of your program. Take a look at the true definition of wellbeing and broaden the scope of your program to include all-encompassing components that can help your employees live well – in more than just a single area of their lives.
Backyard barbecues are a staple of the summer season. However, our favorite summer dishes can often be loaded with empty calories that can lead to unwanted weight gain. This year, make simple changes to transform your traditional cookout into an occasion that’s both delicious and nutritious.
HR Executive Jack Kluepfel agrees, “Employees see health and wellness offerings as a mark of progressive employers. Attractive employers, employers of choice, offer opportunities for people to engage in their health.” How can employers grow their programs? What should be the first item on the list?
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) recently released their 2017 Employee Benefit Survey. While the survey covers a multitude of areas across the benefits landscape, we’re looking at four trends that stood out when it comes to wellbeing, overall benefits and more.
There are myths and questions that follow us in nearly every area of life and employee benefits and wellbeing are no different. We take a look at four of the “most popular” employee benefits and wellbeing myths and debunk them with knowledge on the topic.
We recently caught up with Rich Siegenthaler, DHS Group’s new VP of Employer Solutions to chat about everything from wellbeing program to success, to the value of health coaches and everything in between.
“With increasing demands from consumers for enhanced healthcare quality and increased value, healthcare providers and payers are under more pressure to deliver better outcomes.” If you’re feeling the pressure, consider looking to analytics to help.
“There was this initial focus on health and fitness – physical health. Now everyone is saying, ‘What about financial wellness, emotional well-being and mindfulness?’” So… what about it? Is there a reason to pay attention to this “mindfulness?”
Vacations are all fun and games, right? We all know traveling can be an amazing opportunity, but on the flip side, unfortunately, they can also wreak havoc on our health. Before you head out on your trip, make it a priority to find a balance and decide early to make healthy choices at your getaway destination while you’re also having fun!
Just because wellbeing is the current darling of the benefits industry; that doesn’t mean that it’s something that comes easy. However, it is something that, when you put time and effort behind it, can make a big difference for your workforce, and ultimately, your company.
Most places you look for information on healthcare and benefits information these days, you’re going to find discussions on data, but how can you actually utilize it to control/lower your costs? Keep reading for three steps to keep in mind.
With the expansion to smaller groups, data and analytics are providing the opportunity for more and more companies to look closely at the problems their populations are facing – and with that, getting the opportunity to find better and more successful solutions.