Traditional employee wellbeing programs are outdated. They fall short, often only focusing on physical wellness, with broad goals that don’t motivate employees. Not everyone needs to increase their step counts or water consumption, and not all employees like to mediate to de-stress.
There is a greater opportunity for organizations to truly impact employee wellbeing - by creating a workplace culture that is focused on their individual wellbeing.
How do you build this type of culture? How do you help employees adopt healthy behaviors that stick? What role do rewards and recognition have on changing habits?
Join Steven Day, Director of Wellbeing Solutions at O.C. Tanner, and Andrew Jacobus, Vice President of Insights and Analytics at Virgin Pulse, to learn how you can build employee wellbeing into your workplace culture. Steven and Andrew will discuss why your wellbeing program may be outdated, the importance of personalization, social connections, and recognition when it comes to building healthy habits, and how to measure the impact of your wellbeing initiatives on business performance.
About Steven Day
Steven Day is the Director of Wellbeing Solutions at O.C. Tanner. 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 12 years of experience in the corporate benefits and employee 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).
About Andrew Jacobus
Andrew is Virgin Pulse’s Analytics leader, responsible for the team that finds the drivers of successful individual and organizational outcomes and helps companies to optimize wellbeing as talent and business success strategy. He joined Virgin Pulse at the start of 2016, bringing over 20 years of experience in Analytics, Human Capital, and Strategic Workforce Planning: turning data into insights and getting predictive with those insights - particularly about people and productivity. Andrew has led Workforce reporting and analytics centers of expertise at Verizon, Bank of America, Hunt Consolidated, and Amgen.
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