Are Your Employees Happy With Your Wellness Program?

The Benefits of Wellness Programs

When your wellness participation and engagement levels are high, there are numerous benefits for both your organization and your employees. Benefits include healthier and happier employees, increased productivity, improved engagement, increased satisfaction, and improved retention rates. All of this positively impacts your organization’s bottom-line and can help reduce healthcare costs. The key to achieving these benefits, though, is keeping participation and engagement levels high. The best way to do this is by frequently evaluating your wellness program for relevance and effectiveness.

Every year, your employees’ needs change, new health trends arise, and most importantly, technology advances. Therefore, to make sure your wellness program remains relevant and successful, it needs to adapt to these changes.

Evaluating For Relevance and Effectiveness

You might be wondering what the best method is to evaluate your wellness program. Luckily, it is not as complicated as you might think! All you have to do is simply ask your employees for feedback. According to The Benefits Guide, getting feedback from your employees is the best way to truly understand what they like and what aspects of your wellness program drive participation.

Getting Feedback From Employees

To get honest feedback from your employees, follow these steps:

  1. Choose A Distribution Method: The Benefits Guide suggests using online tools like Google Forms and SurveyMonkey. That way, employees receive a link to the survey and can fill it out on their own schedule. This is more convenient than paper copies, and convenience ensures more responses.
  2. Create Your Survey: Determine what exactly you want to know from your employees and then start crafting your questions. The Benefit Guide recommends avoiding asking for any identifying information because employees will be more honest if it’s anonymous. Also, consider including a range of answer types, such as yes/no, multiple choice, scale, and open response for the best results.
  3. Evolve: Once you have received and analyzed your survey results, it is very important to make improvements and evolve your wellness program to match what your employees want. This will not only help increase engagement and participation in your wellness program, but it will ensure employees keep responding to surveys in the future.
  4. Repeat: For the best results, repeat this process at least once a year. This will make sure your wellness program remains relevant to your employees’ wellness goals.

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