Employee wellness initiatives are commonplace in workplaces today. But many fall short when it comes to understanding the impact of these efforts to support employee well-being. Increasingly human resources, benefits and wellness professionals are being asked to justify the well-being initiative in a quantifiable manner.
Are you uncomfortable when it comes to measuring the impact of well-being in your workplace? Are you unsure how to show the link between a thriving workforce and bottom-line results? Do you struggle to identify metrics that are meaningful to your senior leadership team? In the age of big data and the quantified self, are you curious how the impact of employee well-being is being measured?
In this webinar, join CEO and founder of AdvancingWellness, Mari Ryan, and learn how to measure well-being in the workplace. You will leave with the skills, tools, resources and confidence you’ll need to build a measurement and evaluation strategy that captures the attention of business leaders by demonstrating the true value of well-being initiatives and measuring what matters most.
Wednesday, December 14, at 12 p.m. CST
Employers are positioned to influence their employees' mental health not only by purchasing effective benefits but by ensuring the workplace is a supportive environment. Putting the pieces in place requires internal partnerships within an organization as well as providing the various support measures that work together. Looking to best-in-class examples of employers, or the recently released framework for workplace mental health and well-being by the U.S. Surgeon General is a start, but how can an organization start putting these supports in place?
In this webinar, join WellRight’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. K. Andrew Crighton as he addresses barriers and engages leaders to embrace workplace mental health. He will share his experience building a strong culture of mental health in a Fortune 50 corporation and as Chair of Applications for the Carolyn C. Mattingly Mental Health in the Workplace Award.