6 habits of highly effective employee wellness programs

July 30, 2010

in communication,wellness

earlier this week there was some heated discussion on this blog about “going radical” on employee wellness. yesterday, the wall street journal shared this from a new research brief offered by the national institute for health care reform:

“Programs to help workers stop smoking or lose weight aren’t likely to produce lasting results unless there are broader changes to the work environment—such as an end to the plate of muffins at meetings and remodeled, more appealing stairwells.”

music to my ears.

dig into what looks to be a rich, reasoned report on what can make or break employee wellness programs here.


[hat tip to @jessiegruman for the WSJ link.]

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WhenWellnessSucks July 30, 2010 at 6:29 pm

We hate to say we told you so….


but….we told you so!!!!!!!!


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