Fast Start conversation: Some believe employee health and wellness programs save employer-related costs. A few, after review of real health data, discovered a brilliant mistake about the impact of health and wellness.
A healthy employee is a productive employee and health and wellness programs roll out across corporate America to capture this. Human Resource expert Carol Harnett was a corporate wellness advocate, but went to look to peel back financials. In her Human Resource Executive article, A Brilliant Mistake, Ms. Harnett outlines data that reveal flaws with wellness objectives.
What is the variable that effects short- and long-term disability?
If a productive employee is a healthy employee what makes an employee really healthy?
Is your executive willing to air a recent brilliant mistake they made within company rank, let alone as publicly as Ms. Harnett did?
I have a lot of respect for her.
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