Determining what makes a wellness program successful can be very subjective based on what the investor of the program expects to receive out of it. Does having healthier employees who use less sick time make a wellness program successful or does the continued investment in an employee’s HSA make the program? Is physical health the goal or is it financial, or mental, or even social? To ensure a client has the best wellness program, an adviser must be able to determine what it is their client is seeking.
Companies such as Schneider Electric focus their wellness program on physical health and create health status awareness by providing the tools, resources and education for employees to continue to stay healthy through their health and fitness reimbursement program, health coaching, local and national activities.
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