Month: August 2017

How to Have an Effective Listening Strategy

Listening Strategy The idea of an effective listening strategy continues to gain momentum in organizations because employee opinions and attitudes can be used to make better business decisions. Many employers, though, are moving toward shorter, more focused surveys for employee feedback and doing away with their annual surveys. However, according to Willis Tower Watson, annual …

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Connecting the Dots Between Health, Culture and Engagement

Shifting the Well-Being Strategy According to Arthur J. Gallagher’s 2017 Capital Insights Report, 72% of employers are frustrated that they’re investing in wellness programs their employees aren’t using. However, when investigating further, it was found that their wellness programs focused more on healthcare cost-management. When they think first about employee and organizational health from a …

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Financial Well-Being Becoming Top Initiative for Employers

A More Holistic Approach Wellness programs are beginning to take a more holistic approach to health and well-being. This means components such as mental, social and especially financial well-being, are just as important as physical health. Addressing financial stress is becoming more and more popular because it affecting employees in and out of the office. …

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A Culture of Wellness Leads to Happier Employees

A Culture of Wellness Creating a culture of wellness goes beyond the monthly health challenges and yearly screenings. A culture of wellness requires you to make wellness a part of your organization’s mission and encourage healthy habits year round. Every aspect of the office needs to reinforce employee health and wellness so that employees are …

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