Companies spend millions of dollars implementing various initiatives to help improve workplace wellness and employee wellbeing (physical, mental, and social wellness).
NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Harvard University recently released one of the largest and deepest dives into the data surrounding workplace wellness, in 2016’s Workplace and Health Study. The results are not good….employees are stressed, overworked, and don’t take their personal time off. So what can organizations do?
The O.C. Tanner Institute uncovered which company benefits and programs designed to improve employee wellness actually impact employees’ sense of health and wellbeing…and which don’t. Join us as researcher and writer Christina Chau, along with wellness expert Steven Day, discuss the latest wellness data and share how to create a culture that supports the overall health and wellbeing of employees in our free, HRCI-accredited webinar.
• The current state of corporate wellness from NPR’s far reaching study, The Workplace and Health and the O.C. Tanner Institute’s Health and Well-being Study
• The impact of high employee wellbeing
• How to reduce stress and create a culture of wellness at your organization
Christina Chau is the Senior Content Manager at O.C. Tanner. Christina has conducted interviews and focus groups with employees across the globe to understand best practices and impact of recognition on employees and companies. Christina has been with O.C. Tanner for 9 years—previously, she worked in at IRI, Memorial Hermann Hospital System and Anheuser-Busch.
As the Director of Wellbeing Solutions, Steven Day leads the charge for overall wellness at O.C. Tanner’s own employees, but his career began in employee benefits and community health promotion where he learned the powerful effect that the workplace has on individual health and happiness. Steven has 11 years of experience in the corporate benefits and wellness industry and has consulted with companies of all sizes. He is a Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES) and a Certified Worksite Wellness Specialist (CWWS).
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