Did you know that 70% of American workers are “Not engaged” or Actively Disengaged” at work?
As HR professionals our job requires us to not only measure the level of engagement from our talent pool, but also build a culture that raises the level of engagement on an annual basis.
Employees are considered to be a company’s greatest asset and their health issues can dramatically affect the workplace. Employees who are not healthy not only have higher health costs but have lower levels of productivity. Therefore a company’s competitive advantage in the market can be completely derailed due to higher premium costs of their employees in addition to lower levels of productive work. In response to not only the rising health care costs in the United States, top executives are realizing they must institute wellness initiatives in order to reduce the cost of premiums. However, wellness has become for many a strategic competitive initiative that is not only lowering premiums, but raising the level of engagement, increasing productivity with healthier employees, giving companies the tools to recruit and retain in order to gain a competitive advantage in the war on talent.
What you will learn
- Practical perspective on how workplace wellness programs get implemented
- How to overcome barriers to success
- Gain new insights wellness program strategy and design
- Learn how these companies are measuring the success of their programs to sustain support going forward
Join Our Award Winning Panel
Arch Fuston, Creative Director ACTIVEx Employee Engagement, Active Network
Gary Peterson, President of Gap Intelligence
Shelly Hester, HR Operations Manager at Hunter Industries
Lisa Gonzales, HR Manager at MaintenanceNet
Facilitated by Gigi Fioravanti Executive Vice President, Health and Performance at Intercare Insurance Solutions, a HUB International Company