Actively disengaged employees cost more than $300 billion per year in lost productivity alone. That statistic from global consultant Gallup pinpoints the key to long-term success in a corporate wellness program - employee engagement. It is also the most challenging. Short-term success frequently plateaus until engagement slows or stops. The same employees participate in your clients' wellness initiatives, often resulting in missed opportunities to engage employees with the greatest health risks. A rising trend in wellness is to target employee engagement. The following presents three steps for helping clients improve their long-term engagement results.

 

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