HR professionals reduce healthcare costs and employee stress when they inform employees about the value of planning for unforeseen health crisis and selecting plans that cover long-term care. HR professionals reduce healthcare costs, absenteeism, and increase productivity when they inform employees about the value of having medication list for themselves and those they care for. Preplanning and preparing necessary documents for Physician Visits, Nursing Home Entrance, or Private Home Care reduces health care costs for individuals and organizations associated with major medical decisions. HR professionals gain a competitive advantage by providing information that helps employees and organizations make wise healthcare choices. This webinar focuses on topics that guide HR professionals on making smart health care plan options for the organization. Further, the webinar gives HR professionals the timely information to help employees make the best decisions for themselves and their families.
During this thought-provoking webinar, you’ll learn five strategies that can provide the blueprint for a successful, sustainable wellness program. To spark lasting behavior changes in your employees or members, you need to develop a program that recognizes the unique characteristics of your population. We’ll also share strategies to get critical leadership support for your wellness program and to incorporate effective incentives. At the conclusion of the webinar, you’ll be armed with five key tools to build a company culture that radiates health and wellness. Our research shows that with the correct program in place, you can reduce absenteeism, create a vibrant culture and see happier, healthier and more productive employees.
Many employers reduced their workforces to remain viable during the recession. As a result, they required high productivity and performance of their employees. Now employers need to retain their key contributors who possess important intellectual capital while attracting new talent to the organization to remain competitive as the job market provides more opportunities. Horizons Workforce Consulting, a division of Bright Horizons, in collaboration with Dr. Russell Matthews, from Bowling Green State University, completed a study in 2013 to demonstrate the impact on these critical business outcomes when employers provide child and elder care supports to their employees. Data will be shared regarding the impact of these supports on recruitment, retention, productivity, engagement, return to work after family leave, and well-being. Case studies will also be shared to bring the data to life.
There are three developments that have made communicating benefits harder than ever:
The increasing complexity of benefits, especially health benefits
The general difficulty in getting anyone's attention
The need to master multiple communications channels
Fortunately, there are new ideas and methods for communicating during the open enrollment period that will help you battle past these challenges.
This webinar will look at the thinking that lies behind successful open enrollment communication programs and shares some specific tips and techniques. Among the techniques we will explore are the use of video, social media, and “federated” creation of content. We can do better communication than ever, but we have to embrace the right tools and right mindset.
Employee well-being is a key to organizational success. Employers who support well-being stand to benefit from engaged employees who provide peak performances that drive sustainable success. Achieving well-being means understanding — and responding to — your individual workforce’s needs. Unlike index models currently in practice, the new well-being index from Horizons Workforce Consulting takes into account all principle well-being drivers, and results in a highly customized, data-driven resource that clears a path to pertinent, effective responses. Join this webinar to hear Lucy English and Andrea Wicks-Bowles, senior consultants with Horizons Workforce Consulting, discuss the value of and methodology for assessing your own workforce and understanding the results.
Do the demands of your career control your life? Have you decided that you just aren’t meant to “have it all”? The time is now to decide that your health and well-being must to be your #1 priority.
In Scale the Ladder of Success without Self-Sabotage and Sacrifice, Jodi Krizer Graber will share her story of betrayal – how she misled herself into believing that “doing whatever it takes” to succeed meant giving up exercise and often sleep; working through meals and consuming sugar for energy; missing time with friends and family and focusing more on what others wanted and needed than her own values.
The presentation will feature nurturing mindset practices and the reason you need to decide what you want and why you want it. Another key component of this presentation is the science behind the food-mood connection and why healthy eating is the cornerstone of success and satisfaction. If you are committed to living your best life, Scale the Ladder of Success without Self-Sabotage and Sacrifice will provide you with the foundation upon which you can set and achieve your B.E.S.T. life goals.
Organizations are dealing with a number of challenges trying to remain competitive and to create a sustainable approach to ongoing business growth. There is also an emerging awareness of the importance of employee well-being, which goes beyond physical wellness, which is critical to meeting these challenges. Reducing preventable healthcare costs, creating a workplace with highly engaged employees, and identifying ways to support work-life effectiveness have become key strategic imperatives in today’s business climate. Join us as we discuss how developing an approach that focuses on employee well-being by leveraging work/life supports, flexibility, and a culture that supports their use will result in increased employee engagement, and business excellence.