5 Ways to Create a Corporate Wellness Program That Engages All Employees
How do you get your most at-risk employees to participate in corporate wellness programs?
Stress, obesity, sedentary lifestyles and poor nutrition are major workplace issues driving up healthcare costs and slowing down productivity.
Wellness programs have been used by employers to try to address these health issues, yet studies show that only 24% of the American workforce participates in wellness programs.
What’s even worse? That number isn’t reflective of ongoing participation in fitness and wellness-focused health activities but counts such non-fitness items as health screenings and yearly flu shots.
The shocking truth is the people most likely to engage in fitness activities are those who have already made health and fitness a priority.
Simply put, the people you most want to engage in fitness activities – those who would benefit the most – are not participating.
That’s why Burnalong has put together this free guide. It shows you how to dramatically boost participation in fitness and wellness activities among your workers who need it the most.
Included in the guide:
- How to do the impossible – create 100% no-excuse programs they’ll actually love
- Ways to break out of a one-sized-fits-all wellness experience
- Who are the real influencers of participation – and how to get them on your side
- Techniques to keep motivation high – even when the going gets rough
- How to set yourself – and your workers – up for success
Download the guide now and find out how to get more employees on the path to wellness.
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