Generating Valued Outcomes from Your Global Well-being Program
by Andrew Sykes and Colin Bullen
Why do so many well-being programs fail to deliver the outcomes that companies hope for?
Their marketing makes well-being programs look highly appealing, and they feel right. But when organizations perform a dispassionate retrospective analysis of what has changed, looking for indications that benefit costs are being reduced due to improved health, there is invariably little reliable evidence.
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