The most effective way to control rising healthcare costs is still to implement a wellness program. But what is it specifically your program should be doing?
Looking for ways to boost morale around the office? “Simulated drowning” might not be the best option.
Employers unhappy with the performance of their wellness programs should look at whether they’re offering what employees actually want.
This may be the worst workplace idea we’ve ever heard.
Because the focus of this year’s National Employee Benefits Day is Wellness 2.0, it seems appropriate to ask: Is cost-cutting the top reason employers offer wellness programs — or is there a more magnanimous reason behind the healthy living push?
In these days of tight payroll budgets, pay-for-performance programs seem like a logical approach. So why don’t they work better?
Every HR pro’s been here before: You find a candidate with all the right qualifications, only to have them slip away right before closing the deal.
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