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More Tips For Getting The Most From Your Corporate Wellness Program

July 13, 2015

A corporate wellness program takes a big investment of time and manpower to get off the ground, which means that companies should want as many of their employees to get involved as possible. In order to make sure all the work that goes into putting your company's wellness program into place pays off, keep these helpful tips in mind:

  1. Make it easy to get involved – Corporate wellness programs are a good thing for employees and their health, but making it challenging for them to take part in one is a barrier that will stop many of them from getting involved. If employees have to jump through a lot of hoops just to register for a program or be eligible for its incentives and rewards, many won't take the time to do so. Getting involved with your corporate wellness program should be as painless and easy as possible.
  2. Use employees as ambassadors – One of the best ways to inspire people to take part in something is to get their peers to encourage them. If your company has employees who are active and enthusiastic about your company's health initiatives, they should be encouraged to tell other employees about the benefits. Whether that means having them speak in meetings, or just encouraging them to talk about the program with others, bringing in employees to be the program's boosters can be one of the most powerful recruitment tools your company has.
  3. Don't be afraid to change things – Sometimes companies are afraid to change things that aren't working about their corporate wellness program, or to introduce new ideas once the program is already in place. But fixing problems and introducing new ideas is a great way to perfect a health program, and to keep employees engaged.

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