HealthWire: January 2017
New research demonstrates the impact of coaching participation
New research we conducted shows that among clients, health coaching offers measurable cost savings, health behavior improvement, risk reduction and high satisfaction. We’ve provided an overview of the research findings in new blog posts, with more planned, along with an upcoming client webinar.
It’s personal: Health coaches help create a personalized experience
Our research shows that almost 75 percent of wellness program participants say personal touch is important in their health, wellness and fitness program and preferably should come from knowledgeable “live” experts—coaches and specialists—who are credible, engaging, easy to access and provide one-on-one support for their specific needs. Read the blog by Cherie Buraglio, senior director, product management, and watch this short video to learn how health coach Katie brings the coaching experience to life for your participants.
Health coaching: Employees’ loss is your gain
We have found that among our clients, health coaching offers measurable cost savings, and greater impact compared to other wellness program participants and a very high satisfaction among employees. Your employees’ loss, literally, is your gain. Cherie provides further insight in her latest blog, Health coaching: Employees’ loss is your gain.
February 21 HealthFitness Webinar: Health coaching research results
Mark your calendar for a webinar on Tuesday, February 21, from 12:00 pm-12:30 pm CST where Cherie; and Jack Baker, Senior Research Analyst, will provide insight on our latest research around health coaching and answer your questions. Look for an invitation to the webinar coming soon!
Remember those New Year’s resolutions? Here’s how to keep them.
At HealthFitness, we use several tactics at our client sites to engage employees in the New Year and beyond. Read the blog from Vice President, Program Management & Engagement Ann Wyatt and discover six ways to help employees stay resolute about their health goals.
When it comes to workplace well-being, it’s not all about the numbers
Our CFO Steve Alavi demonstrates how to look beyond the numbers when demonstrating the value of employee well-being programs in a recent BenefitsPro article, “The value of workplace well-being from the desk of a CFO.”
Michelin Is Moving the Needle: How to Engage the Disengaged
Mark your calendar and join us at the Human Resource Executive® Health & Benefits Leadership Conference Wednesday, April 19, 1:45 – 2:45 p.m., to learn how our client Michelin is moving the needle in employee wellness.
Barry Cross, senior director of Total Rewards-Compensation, Benefits & Retirement, Michelin North America; and Tim K. Peters, senior director, client strategy & growth, HealthFitness, will share how Michelin faced and overcame challenges to engaging its employees in wellness at its multiple plant locations in the United States.
Find out how Michelin went about offering top-level corporate support, personalized engagement strategies and site-specific wellness programming throughout its plants. Learn more about the conference, view the agenda and register today!