Source: Alexander Alonso, HR Magazine, Vol. 63 no. 3, April 2018
Use of personal data and customized programs could help elevate employees’ work performance….
….While companies that have robust participation in wellness activities are indeed likely to have better organizational outcomes than those that don’t, is that really because of employees’ improved health? The answer is no.
Rather, wellness is a part of defining culture and articulating an organization’s values—a healthy workforce among them. For employees, the programs drive a greater understanding of the company’s culture by linking the culture to their personal outcomes. After all, good health at its core is about workers’ quality of life…..