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This year, SHRM16 took place in Washington D.C., and hosted over 15,000 participants. Much of the conversation took place outside of the conference, however, on social media.
Mare Hogan debunks the $6 billion wellness industry, and encourages employers to promote wellness without being intrusive.
When the values your company painstakingly put together don’t reflect how employees feel and behave, then it’s time to investigate the organic culture already at work.
While there are many excellent resources available today to enhance recruitment, the time, effort, and training that are required to implement and maintain such tools can be taxing. What if all of those processes were still in place, but they were handled by experts?
If your wellness program is just limping along, it’s time to give it some rehab. Here’s how.
If your employees don’t see opportunities for advancement, can you really expect them to commit to the organization?