Employee Wellness Programs, Do They Work?May 18th, 2010 by Chris Henry
We all know what we should do to take better care of ourselves — eat healthier, exercise more, reduce stress (good luck on that last one). Employee wellness programs aim to get workers practicing better self care, but are they actually effective? And in the long run will they save companies, agencies or government entities money on health care benefits and reduced sick days?
If one goal of health care reform is to promote wellness, when and how will implementation of such programs be mandated?
The Kitsap Sun is doing an article on the effectiveness of employee wellness programs. We hope you’ll take part in our online survey. Click here to take survey.
Also, let us know if your company has some innovative ideas on promoting employee wellness.
If you have any questions about the story or about how your responses will be used, or if you’d like to comment on your company/agency’s employee wellness program, call reporter Chris Henry at (360) 792-9219, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for your help. Chris Henry, reporter
Tags: health care