As 2019 is nearing an end, many people are looking at this year’s medical expenses to plan for how much they should set back for next year. In investigating these expenditures, you may notice that you still have money in your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) for 2019. FSAs are unique in that any unused money from this plan year is forfeited once the new year…
Where to Start? First, expand the usual scope of wellness activity to well-BEING. Include initiatives that support more than just physical fitness, such as career growth, social needs, financial health, and community involvement. By doing this you increase your chances of seeing a return on investment (ROI) and a return on value (ROV). Qualitative results of a successful program are just as valuable as seeing…
Traditionally speaking, employee “wellness” programs have primarily focused on just physical health. Whereas employee “well-being” programs emphasize emotional, mental, social, and financial health in addition to physical health.
Summer 2013 survey found a strong link between the wellness and vitality of an organization and the health and wellness of its employees. Read full article here.
It may not come as a surprise that healthier employees are more productive, but if your company doesn’t have a strong health culture it may be effecting your bottom line.
U.S. employers are increasingly utilizing monetary and other incentives to encourage employees and their families to become active in health and fitness programs
A large majority of employers feel ill-equipped to help staff return to work after illness while a significant minority are calling for auto-enrolment into group risk schemes, new research finds.
So what can you realistically pull off to make people happy at work?
Two-thirds of companies currently match their employees’ contributions compered to 75% in 2008.
Technology has spawned an increase in work/life balance among U.S. workers over the past three decades