In the past decade, many wellness professionals have been sold on a particular value for employee wellness and we thought we had the formula to make it work.
Health Assessments and biometrics to start. Then one activity and then another. Throw in some financial incentives … until your employees are jumping through an endless number of hoops to “improve their health” and you’re wondering if all this busyness is really helping.
We know you have a passion for helping employees improve their lives – and we know you want to make an impact. But, if you’re like many wellness professionals, you end up focused on administrative tasks, begging for resources, justifying why wellness really does “work”, feeling like you’re in a bubble and frustrated you’re not at the table when decisions are made.