Communities are a key factor in building a culture of health and engaging employees over time. Employees are more likely to stick with a health program when they participate with a friend. Leveraging the power of social networks in technology-based employee wellness programs helps your employees create accountability, build enthusiasm, camaraderie and healthy competition with their peerstaking the phrase team-building exercise to a whole new level.
View this seminar to hear Andy Pfeifer, director of total rewards for Timberland, a global leader in the design, engineering and marketing of premium-quality footwear, apparel and accessories and Ed Dougherty, vice president of client and member services at Virgin HealthMiles a leading provider of technology-based employee health programs as they discuss:
- Best practices for creating a culture of health and engaging your employees in long-term healthy behaviors
- How social connections and technology motivate employees to stay active and engaged in your employee health initiatives
- The benefits of an incentives-based approach to employee health
- How Timberland has improved employee health and lowered healthcare costs with its Total Balanced Life initiative