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The Geography of Well-Being http://ow.ly/MeWA4 @CityLab #worksitewellness #community #pophealth #HR
A new index takes a holistic look at America's inequalities. Yes, that's plural.
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$$ incentives don't inspire lasting #behaviorchange, but 90% of large employers are still betting on it: http://ow.ly/MeV94 #HR
In a sign of increasing employer urgency for results, the percentage of wellness program sponsors offering incentives for various forms of employee engagement with those efforts rose to 87% last year, up from 77% two years ago.
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MT@FWInews How paying attention to your WHOLE life can help you at work @stewfriedman http://wapo.st/1EIdEyU #workplacewellness #worklife #HR
Doing your best work may mean being good to yourself, taking care of your family, and being nice to your neighbors. That's what work/life expert Stewart Friedman calls a "Four-Way Win"
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How to Get the Most Out of Your Next Conference http://ow.ly/MbhMW #employeewellness #leadership #adulted #HR
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MT@hfit A look at how a well-designed corporate wellness program can positively influence employee #retention. http://goo.gl/0qodrf #workplacewellness #culture #HR
Research shows a well-designed corporate wellness program can help retain employees. Learn 4 best practices when designing wellness programs.
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How Financial Incentives/Disincentives Undermine Wellness http://ow.ly/MeVRf #workplacewellness #motivation #science #HR
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Freshen up an old #workplacewellness program by going back to basics: http://ow.ly/MePa0 #behaviorchange #engagement #HR
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MT@EBN_Andrea Meet the company that doesn't set a budget for its wellness program, instead trusting workers to do what's right: http://bit.ly/1KoKK5N #employeewellbeing #autonomy #HR
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Adding social features to organizational wellness campaigns can increase participation and engagement, so more is better, right? Wrong. Too many connections can dilute the impact and damage the outcome. This presentation highlights the differences between a large social network and a smaller community of support, plus suggestions for optimal structure and size.
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Let ees be in charge of their own health destiny... & be ready to support them PRN http://ow.ly/MbgpF #workplacewellness #autonomy
Making Wellness Rewarding... Without Rewards. Although paying employees to get healthy has become common, the practice has not always produced favorable long-term results. This SlideShare examines why rewards as motivation for wellness is a bad idea.
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Creating health promotion and worksite wellness solutions since 1992.
Introduction
Serious About Having Fun With Employee Wellness?

How many ways can you motivate someone to eat more vegetables and exercise? Quite a few, it turns out. In fact, at Health Enhancement Systems we’ve been creating knock-your-socks-off worksite health promotion programs for more than 15 years centered on 3 simple ideas: 
  • Challenging goals. We set a high bar and give participants the chance to experience progress toward the goal. Changing habits established over years or decades is hard, so there needs to be a sense of accomplishment along the way to reinforce continued effort. It’s the reason we go to exceptional lengths to create engagement and progress tools like trails, stamps, tote boards, travel themes, game shows, etc. 
  • Fun themes. Every wellness program we create has an interesting theme and compelling visuals — usually with the opportunity to learn something beyond the health issue (such as the travel idea). We put more energy into this aspect of our campaigns than anyone… and it shows — we get thousands of compliments from excited participants each year. 
  • Social support. We built teams, buddies, and social interaction tools into our wellness programs long before it was fashionable. Although we’re clear that health is a personal responsibility, there’s no question that you’re more likely to be successful if those around you are supportive.

But just because your employees, members, or clients are having a blast participating in our campaigns, doesn’t mean we take worksite wellness lightly. We’re 100% focused on results. It’s why some of the largest corporate health promotion programs are long-term clients. And it’s why small community colleges trust us as a central part of their wellness program year after year. 

So check out our products. Sign up for a demo. Register for our e-newsletter. Download our white papers. Call us — 800.326.2317 — we want to help you get serious about having fun with employee wellness.