Insurance One Management, Inc.

How to Build a Winning Wellness Program:

In Employee Benefits on September 2, 2010 at 8:39 pm

From “do it yourself” to hiring a wellness consultant, there are many ways to create a wellness program.  One of the best ways to garner excitement and interest (and great ideas) is to engage your employees with a contest for your new or expanded wellness program.

To frame the competition correctly, first ask yourself and your team the following questions:

  • What do we want our wellness program to accomplish?
  • How do we plan to accomplish it?
  • How does this mission support or further our overall mission?
  • What financial resources and personnel are available?

From the answers, craft a wellness program mission statement that ensures submissions will be practical.

Now post your program parameters, contest guidelines and deadline.  Have the wellness program committee review the ideas submitted, and select a winner.  Make a big deal out of it, because it is!

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The information presented and conclusions within are based solely upon our best judgment and analysis.  It is not guaranteed information, but is intended to provide accurate and authoritative information in regard to the subject matter covered.  It does not necessarily reflect all available data, and is provided with the understanding that we are not rendering legal, accounting, or tax advice.  Any web links/addresses are current at time of publication but subject to change.  This material is being reproduced with the permission of the publisher via a paid subscription by Insurance One Management, Inc. dba Don Crawford & Associates, Midland, TX.

©2010 Smart’s Publishing – Employee Benefits Report – Volume 8, Number 9 – All Rights Reserved. – Website: http://www.smartspublishing.com

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