Employee health and wellness programs can be tough to get going and even tougher to keep employees engaged in. However, rather than delivering the program, involving employees in the execution of the program may be the key to long-term wellness program success.
As we start the 4th quarter of 2018 and look ahead to 2019, it's time to start buying gifts, incentives, and rewards for the holiday season. But what do you get your employees that will make a lasting impact?
When companies decide to invest in employee rewards, they look for a return on that investment pretty quickly. That return may come in the form of better employee satisfaction ratings, higher retention rates or as a building block of a better company culture.