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What you need to implement to take your Wellness programs to the next level while maximizing ROI.

Topic:
What you need to implement to take your Wellness programs to the next level while maximizing ROI.
Date:
August 28, 2012 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
Presenters:
John Buckley, CEO(Health Fairs Direct.com)
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Description
Two main areas to be covered:
1.       Where should a company begin when they are just starting their wellness initiatives or just taking them from the "free" health fair model into a full blown wellness program.

This is a very common question and is typically tied to Return on Investment (ROI) considerations from a company's CFO and in getting upper management support. As corporate wellness programs are gaining more popularity many Human Resource departments are still struggling with getting the proper funding for their programs.

We will discuss how to evaluate a company's current population to determine what programs will be the most effective to offer to their employees in order to gain the best impact for their wellness dollars. We will also discuss how to take what programs they are currently offering and create the biggest impact in the health and wellbeing of their employees.

2.       How do you take your current wellness program to the next level while maximizing the return on the wellness dollars you have to spend.

We will cover a systematic approach to expanding a wellness program to include:
•       A higher percentage of their population
•       Year round wellness initiatives
•       Reinforcement to current programs
•       Tracking employee participation and success/failure in the current wellness programs
•       Demonstrating the success of your programs in order to gain further support from upper management

We will also cover common mistakes found in some wellness initiatives that have a negative effect on the company. These are must know points that will save you from lots of headaches and potential legal trouble.


This session is important for attendees to attend as it a much needed guide to the next steps in corporate wellness. There are so many wellness options available now and not every one will be a good fit for every company. This webinar will give the participants the tools they will need to navigate this ever-expanding marketplace in order to bring the right programs to their employees.
Who Should Participate
Any HR Professional who is involved in the design, implementation of or management of a corporate wellness program.
What You Will Learn
1) How to determine what essential wellness program components based on their population's needs. 2) How to best resource the services they will need. 3) What is required to create year-round wellness programs while keeping employees interested and engaged in the program. 4) What is required to gather and use the employee's wellness information in order to create the most effective programs for your employees without violating any privacy laws in the process.
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I appreciate that John did not just tell us the practices behind good ROIs activities but that he gave great examples on how to make those practices work. 5 / 5
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Will keep in contact after digestion! 5 / 5
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