The Five Most Dangerous Trends in Employee Wellness

The standing room only crowd evidenced the growing interest in employee wellness. Even the late afternoon time slot couldn’t keep docattendees at the 2012 SHRM National Conference in Atlanta, Georgia from cramming into the room to hear Brad Cooper, CEO of US Corporate Wellness speak on the topic of wellness.

The message was succinct and pointed as he highlighted The Five Most Dangerous Trends in Employee Wellness:

1.   Check the Box

In most of life, showing up is a good start, but not enough. Like the guy sitting on the exercise bike at the gym reading his magazine while leisurely pushing the pedals, effective employee wellness without strategic effort will have little impact. Lining up employees for a Health Risk Assessment (HRA), Lunch and Learns, or hanging wellness posters are good, but if they are simply Read more of this post