Financial security is a concern for everyone, whether employer or employee. Whether you’ve implemented a financial wellness plan or not, below are just a few of the benefits to convince you to invest.
As health fairs become increasingly more common, the search to find ideas to keep employees engaged and participating becomes even harder. Whether you’re new to the idea of health fairs or you haven’t had quite the turnout you hoped for, here are a few tips for this year’s health fair.
So you’ve heard the hype about wellness and buy in, but the question now is: how do you encourage your employees to do the same? Well, here are the steps needed to implement a successful wellness plan.
For years, organizations have invested heavily in wellness plans designed to help keep their employees healthy. From Google's on-site physicians and free fitness centers to local businesses' healthy lunch discounts, companies of all types have embraced the preventative strategy. In fact, seven in 10 U.S. companies offered physical wellness programs to their employees last year, according the Society for Human Resource Management's "2015 Employee Benefits" report. The goal? By encouraging their employees to live more healthy lifestyles, companies hope to avoid costly healthcare claims.
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At Kelsey-Seybold, we understand different businesses have different needs. We deliver long-term health benefits solutions for Houston employers through several leading partners. Our health plans offer as its core provider network and accountable care partner – the nation’s first NCQA-accredited Accountable Care Organization, Kelsey-Seybold Clinic.