“Wellness and wellbeing programs are a journey, not a destination.”
The COVID-19 pandemic shed light on the importance of employee wellness. But while plenty of employee wellness initiatives offer valuable support for employees, not all of them work.
How can businesses determine which initiatives are actually effective?
In this episode of HR in 15, we’re joined once again by Joe Ellis – Senior Vice President at CBIZ and President-Elect of the Greater Valley Forge Human Resources Association, a local chapter of SHRM – to explore the nuances of various wellness initiatives and how to design a wellness program that makes sense for your employees.
- What should employers think about when developing wellness plans?
- What are the cost drivers of your healthcare plans?
- How might dependents impact wellness program design?
- A step-by-step look at how to design health and wellness plans that deliver value
Joe Ellis is an employee benefits expert, serving as both Senior Vice President at CBIZ and President-Elect of the Greater Valley Forge Human Resources Association, a local chapter of SHRM. Joe leads the CBIZ PEO Marketplace, a one-stop shop for information about the PEO market. Joe will also assume presidency of his local SHRM chapter in July 2021.