May 21, 2018 | ROI, Corporate Wellness & Benefits

6 Common Mistakes in Wellness Programs

It’s no secret that the overall health of our nation is declining. Some employers are doing their part to help reverse trends by taking the health of their employees into their own hands. Employers often hope that investing in the health of their employees will increase productivity, enhanced performance, improved employee engagement or morale, and higher retention rates. At the end of the day, it comes down to the fact that a healthy employee is more likely to be a happy employee.

As the return on investment (ROI) of wellness programs continues to be a popular topic of discussion, it is becoming increasingly important to be aware of the common mistakes that employers often make when implementing their solutions.

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