By Theresa Islo, program manager for UW Health and Wellness Management
Wellness movements can start at the top. But not all do. According to Laura Putnam, author of Workplace Wellness that Works, anyone within a company can spark a wellness movement. Whether your movement is top-down or bottom-up, the key is to make a compelling case for why a workplace should invest in wellness. Your job is to convince leadership to see the value of workplace wellness.
In her book, Laura shares strategies for making your case. In other words, strategies that help senior leaders make the connection between employee well-being and productivity at work. Reduction of direct healthcare costs, once the Holy Grail of wellness outcomes, are only the tip of the iceberg! [Read more…] about Learn Corporate Wellness Strategies from 9 of Today’s Most Admired Companies