Building the right wellness program for your workforce requires paying attention to the granular issues of wellness and health in your organization. Well-being and health are not stand-alone issues and they are dependent on a large number of factors, including organizational culture, workplace issues, and personal health circumstances. Understanding these contexts help managers and employers identify their employees’ actual wellness problems and roll out the most effective solutions.
Companies like Better.com need an organizational shake-up, readapting its workplace policies procedures to be more be employee-centric and more progressive. It’s about time for employers to see their workers like what they truly are: the lifeforce of business.