Employee Wellness

A New Approach to Measuring the ROI of Wellness Programs by Michaela Savell

If you cannot measure it, you can’t improve it. ­­­­­ – Peter Drucker Most companies are able to measure basic production variables, such as employee absenteeism and/or time-on-task; however, it appears that calculating the return on investment of wellness programs has been much less successful. In fact, according to…

Connecting Health and Wealth to Drive Successful Wellness Programs by Rachel L. MacKelcan

Seventy percent of companies currently offer some form of wellness program. This reflects the desire to keep employees healthy and lower medical-related expenses. (click here) Unfortunately, survey data shows that many employees do not understand the positive financial impact of these programs, making them less likely to adopt the…

10 Ways to Transform your Office Space into a Wellness Place by Rachel L. MacKelcan

Financial wellness programs can give the employees a raise without any dollars lost out of the employers pocket. In fact, with some particular wellness programs, the employer can make money off of the program. In recent years, some employee wellness programs have generated as much $3 in savings for every…