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What a Successful Employee Well-being Program Looks Like

A new guide offers a blueprint to transform your employee wellness program

ince the pandemic began, there has been an increased focus on employee wellness, with many associations improving their well-being offerings and benefits. And there’s good reason for that, as money spent on employee well-being gets a 600 percent return on investment, according to HR research and advisory firm McLean & Company.

To help organizations achieve that ROI, McLean & Company created an employee well-being program blueprint, which is essentially a roadmap to help them either build a successful wellness program or revamp their current offerings so staff use the resources available to them.

“Rather than creating a new program, HR can focus on communicating the resources and supports that are already available to promote uptake,” said Grace Ewles, manager, HR research and advisory services, at McLean & Company. “HR needs to encourage leaders to role model well-being behaviors—encouraging employees to take sick days when needed—and reinforce social norms that support work-life boundaries, such as minimizing after-hours communication.”

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