Creating A Culture Of Wellness
When it comes to creating healthier workplaces, it's all about culture. And to help you better understand the culture change process. Assembled by WELCOA President, Dr. David Hunnicutt, this
simple tool will help you to identify which of the major elements of your culture that need to be addressed in order to create a healthier climate for your employees.
Employee Needs And Interest Survey - Do You Know What Your Employees Want In A Health Promotion Program?
Asking is as easy as distributing a survey targeting the most pressing issues of today. And, to help you in your programming efforts, here's a useful tool that other companies have implemented to find out what their employees really want and need from a health promotion program.
Many companies think they know the answer to this question, but you'd be surprised at how many would be wrong. So what's the best way to know the interests of your employees? Just ask them.
Little Things Make A Big Difference Questionnaire
Little things can make a huge difference when it comes to increasing participation and generating enthusiasm in your organization's wellness program. By completing the questions in this checklist,
you can take enormous strides toward building a wellness initiative that not only produces results but engages your people every step of the way.
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Increasing Participation Checklist
There is definitely an art to creating enthusiasm and increasing participation in your company's worksite wellness initiative. This checklist is a blueprint for using the model of "good, better,
best" thinking and is designed to help you generate enthusiasm for your wellness programs. By incorporating as many of the suggestions in the "Good" category as you can and working to achieve the
items outlined in the "Better" and "Best" categories, you'll be able to move the needles when it comes to increasing employee participation and engagement in your
Job Satisfaction Survey
Building Supportive Environments is about helping employees change for the better by creating company policies that support healthy change. To know what policies will be most effective, you must
first engage employees and get to know where they're coming from. In this section, we posted a job satisfaction survey that will help you better understand your employees -- in an effort to build
healthier corporate cultures.