The 3 Reasons Wellness Programs Fail
Workplace wellness programs continue to increase in popularity as companies try to improve the employee experience, increase productivity, reduce burnout and lower healthcare costs. But do they work? Results of an 18-month study recently published in the Journal of the American Medical Association show little impact on health and economic factors.
In this video, Tony Schwartz, CEO of The Energy Project, gives insight into the 3 main reasons wellness programs fail and explains how to make them successful.
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