In too many organizations, wellness is limited to walkathons and weight loss challenges and fail to consider financial, emotional, physical, and professional wellness as part of a healthy employee and workforce. This increases organizational cost from health and wellness lost productivity, emotional distress, increased health insurance costs, and increased recruiting and onboarding costs.
Goals and Objectives
Dedicated resources are available to support employees and their families across all facets of wellness — from managing debt to overcoming addiction to improving rapport with coworkers. Businesses are able to monitor wellness as a key driver in employee engagement and productivity and mitigate risk of attrition, burnout, or on-the-job injuries.
This use case is supported by employee engagement platforms, chatbots, call center technology, and rewards and recognition management systems. Adaptive wellness programs include machine learning to personalize strategies for each employee and analytics for insight into workforce viability. This will also include IT and business consulting to integrate systems and services.
Use Case Summary
Employees and families have access to robust resources spanning all facets of wellness; employees will more actively manage financial, physical, emotional, and professional wellness and reduce stressors. With more insight on the health and well-being of their workforce, businesses can reduce health-related costs.