Workplace Culture

The Results Are In: How Reporting and Segmentation Drive Employee Health

By Staff Report

Apr. 30, 2012

Because individuals are motivated by different things at different points in time, a generic, “cookie-cutter” approach to employee wellness programs won’t improve engagement or produce the lasting behavior change that employees’ desire. In this paper, you’ll discover how you can move towards a better result by offering a personalized health experience for your employees based on robust data, reporting and segmentation.

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