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  1. Effects of a Workplace Wellness Program on Employee Health, Health Beliefs, and Medical Use

    Findings. In a 2-year randomized clinical trial of 4834 employees at a large US university, employees invited to join a wellness program showed no significant differences in biometrics, medical diagnoses, or medical use relative to the control group. The intervention increased self-reports of having a primary care physician and improved a set ...

  2. What do Workplace Wellness Programs do? Evidence from the Illinois

    The Illinois Workplace Wellness Study is a large-scale RCT designed to investigate the effects of workplace wellness programs on employee medical spending, productivity, and well-being. As part of the study, we worked with the director of Campus Wellbeing Services to design and to introduce a comprehensive wellness program named iThrive at UIUC.

  3. Effect of a Workplace Wellness Program on Employee Health and Economic

    Key Points. Question What is the effect of a multicomponent workplace wellness program on health and economic outcomes?. Findings In this cluster randomized trial involving 32 974 employees at a large US warehouse retail company, worksites with the wellness program had an 8.3-percentage point higher rate of employees who reported engaging in regular exercise and a 13.6-percentage point higher ...

  4. Wellness Programs, Perceived Organizational Support, and Their

    Findings: the results eventually obtained from the present research provided evidence that wellness programs and perceived organizational support influence organizational performance, with mediating effects of job satisfaction and commitment. ... It is plausible to argue that employee wellness programs taken by a firm affect its medium and long ...

  5. The Twenty Five Most Important Studies in Workplace Health Promotion

    While the research established that employees with a higher level of participation in workplace health and well-being experienced health risk improvement, perhaps one of the most intriguing aspects of the research was the development of more fine-tuned definitions of engagement and participation that is based on the types of programs and number ...

  6. The Value of Worker Well-Being

    The nature of work is changing, and some changes may have a considerable effect on worker well-being. On the one hand, new practices that are being adopted to promote employee well-being (eg, non-standard employment arrangements) can also foster team member engagement and improved performance, 20,21 and the evidence base for the effectiveness of workplace wellness and health-promotion programs ...

  7. Effectiveness of worksite wellness programs based on physical activity

    Traditionally, worksite wellness programs (WWPs) have mainly focused on individually based initiatives around nutrition, physical activity (PA), and smoking [].However, more integrated approaches that consider environmental and structural level factors leadership, health, psychosocial factors, and safety, such as the Total Worker Health® approach, are becoming more accepted by organizations ...

  8. Employee Sleep and Workplace Health Promotion: A Systematic Review

    The goal of this review is to summarize the evidence on workplace health promotion programs that measure employee sleep duration as an outcome. Evidence suggests that sufficient sleep duration is an essential and modifiable determinant of health, [ 24 - 26] and as such, sleep is a powerful potential target for workplace wellness programs.

  9. Do Wellness Programs Work?

    Image: iStock. Workplace wellness programs have been touted as a powerful tool that can make employees healthier and more productive while reducing health care spending, but the results of a new Harvard study suggest such interventions yield unimpressive results in the short term. The findings, published April 16 in JAMA, raise questions about ...

  10. The Mixed Evidence on Workplace Wellness Programs

    For example, a 2022 study published in the Journal Network Open Journal found that workplace mental health programs reduced symptoms of depression and anxiety for nearly 70 percent of participants ...

  11. What's the Hard Return on Employee Wellness Programs?

    J&J's leaders estimate that wellness programs have cumulatively saved the company $250 million on health care costs over the past decade; from 2002 to 2008, the return was $2.71 for every dollar ...

  12. Full article: Assessing employee wellness needs at colleges and

    A needs assessment is crucial for colleges and universities who wish to develop programs catering to the wide range of employee types, interests, and backgrounds within their educational institution. This study sought to evaluate the interest levels of 438 employees at one university in the United States across 15 different wellness program areas.

  13. Managers' Support for Employee Wellness Programs: An Integrative Review

    Factors that may influence managers' support include their organization's management structure, senior leadership support, their expected roles, training on health topics, and their beliefs and attitudes toward wellness programs and employee health.

  14. Analysis of a comprehensive wellness program's impact on job

    This research study included an examination into the extent that a comprehensive wellness program affects employees' job satisfaction levels. As the leaders of more hospitality organizations implement wellness programs in the workplace, they will want to understand what factors, besides the employees' health, the wellness programs can impact.

  15. Engaging Employees in Their Health and Wellness

    Well-being is the ability of individuals to address normal stresses, work productively, and realize one's highest potential. 1 Research shows that employees in good health are more likely to deliver optimal performance in the workplace. 1,2,3 Healthy employees not only have better quality of life, they also benefit from having a lower risk of disease, illness, and injury, as well as ...

  16. Employee perceptions of wellness programs in the hospitality industry

    Findings. Employee perceptions of wellness programs significantly impacted turnover intention, job stress (JS) and perceived organizational support (POS). POS had a significant mediating effect between employee perceptions of wellness programs and JS. Employee perceptions of wellness programs did not have a significant effect on emotional labor.

  17. Development of an Evidence-Based Employee Wellness Program

    Abstract. Workplaces can positively or negatively shape employee health and sense of well-being. Employees who feel well are more productive, engaged, and present at work. The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic added to an already stressed work environment for educators. Student success is dependent on educators who are healthy and present.

  18. Workplace Wellness Programs Have Little Benefit, Study Finds

    A 2022 study tracking 1,132 workers in the United States who used Spring Health, a platform that connects employees with mental health services like therapy and medication management, found that ...

  19. Employee Wellness: Ideas, and Best Practices for a Healthier ...

    But, without clear sponsorship and promotion, there's a good chance your program could flop. Here are four tips to increase engagement and encourage your employees to prioritize their own health and well-being. 1. Awareness of benefits. Clear, regular communications ensure employees know about their benefits.

  20. Understanding Corporate Wellness Program: More than Just a Perk

    Encourage participation and follow through with periodic interventions. Also, please remember that employee buy-in is essential for any successful wellness program. Therefore, engage with leaders and participants and give equal weightage to every piece of feedback. Research Sources. 1. Wellness Programs as an Employee Retention Tool