Give an overview of your company. Identify your performance measures. Indicate how you will report the outcome.Describe the data collection process. The paper should be 5-7 pages, including 3-5 resources. Identify areas of excellence.Identify factors that affect participation in your health promotion programs.Gain management’s support for your efforts (and maintain that support).Understand issues that need attention.Learn from mistakes and change the health promotion program to keep it on the right track. When you evaluate your wellness program, you can measure such things as: worker absences, Staff member turnover rates, the price of your worker assistance program, the fee of benefits, including short-term and long-term disability payments, the fee of your drug plan, accident rates and safety records. Employees’ participation in health promotion programs (and whether they are staying in the health promotion programs). Changes in employees’ health habits, level of employees’ awareness of healthy lifestyle issues, Results of your environmental wellness audit, Other noticeable changes in areas such as morale and job satisfaction. References: Berley, M., Berley, A., & Brewer, P. C. (2012). Measuring corporate wellness performance using the wellness scorecard. http://proxy1.ncu.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bth&AN=71866137&site=ehost-live Neville, B. H., Merrill, R. M., & Kumpfer, K. L. (2010). Longitudinal outcomes of a comprehensive, incentivized worksite wellness program. http://ehp.sagepub.com.proxy1.ncu.edu/content/34/1/103.full.pdf+html

 
 

Give an overview of your company. Identify your performance measures. Indicate how you will report the outcome.Describe the data collection process. The paper should be 5-7 pages, including 3-5 resources.

 

Identify areas of excellence.Identify factors that affect participation in your health promotion programs.Gain management’s support for your efforts (and maintain that support).Understand issues that need attention.Learn from mistakes and change the health promotion program to keep it on the right track. When you evaluate your wellness program, you can measure such things as: worker absences, Staff member turnover rates, the price of your worker assistance program, the fee of benefits, including short-term and long-term disability payments, the fee of your drug plan, accident rates and safety records. Employees’ participation in health promotion programs (and whether they are staying in the health promotion programs). Changes in employees’ health habits, level of employees’ awareness of healthy lifestyle issues, Results of your environmental wellness audit, Other noticeable changes in areas such as morale and job satisfaction.

 

References:

Berley, M., Berley, A., & Brewer, P. C. (2012). Measuring corporate wellness performance using the wellness scorecard.

http://proxy1.ncu.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bth&AN=71866137&site=ehost-live

 

Neville, B. H., Merrill, R. M., & Kumpfer, K. L. (2010). Longitudinal outcomes of a comprehensive, incentivized worksite wellness program.

http://ehp.sagepub.com.proxy1.ncu.edu/content/34/1/103.full.pdf+html

 

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