This four-step model provides a tested blueprint for designing a workforce well-being program that’s right for your organization. It is important to make the work environment safe, supportive, and inclusive. You decide how simple or extensive you want your program to be. Then choose what you need from the resources we provide to meet your program goals, plus data to evaluate results and adjust goals for the future.
Launching a workforce well-being program may seem like a complex undertaking, but it doesn’t have to be. To start, assess where your organization stands on workforce well-being. This means getting business owner, CEO, or leadership team support. Once you have that, conducting employee surveys to determine your most pressing workforce well-being needs becomes easy.
Informed by employee feedback, you’re ready to plan your workforce well-being strategy. This means setting goals and clear definitions of success. Appoint a dedicated wellness champion or form a wellness committee to generate momentum. This person or team will be responsible for developing a calendar of events and a communications schedule that will keep the rest of your workforce involved throughout the length of your program.
Now you’re ready to launch the program and engage employees. Visit our Resource Center to find educational resources, tools, and programs to encourage participation. Ongoing communications will help to promote your program, keep the excitement going, and celebrate successes.
Finally, you’ll want to measure and evaluate your program’s success. Use surveys to track employee progress, participation, and interest. Learn from mistakes and look for improvement opportunities. And always share health wins, participation numbers, and other positive outcomes with your employees.
DID YOU KNOW
Take the first step to workforce well-being
When you’re ready, we recommend using the Starting a Workforce Well-Being Program toolkit to design a successful, results-oriented workforce well-being program. In it, you’ll find:
Gauge employee interest and measure progress.
Wellness Committee Toolkit
Form your own wellness committee.
Make a specific, measurable plan.
Well-being fact sheets
Understand the six dimensions of well-being
Links to helpful information
Assistance, guidance, and inspiration
Build your strategy with our Starting a Workforce Well-Being Program toolkit*
Kaiser Permanente health plans around the country: Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc., in Northern and Southern California and Hawaii • Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Colorado • Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Georgia, Inc., Nine Piedmont Center, 3495 Piedmont Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30305 • Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the Mid-Atlantic States, Inc., in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C., 2101 E. Jefferson St., Rockville, MD 20852 • Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the Northwest, 500 NE Multnomah St., Suite 100, Portland, OR 97232 • Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington or Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington Options, Inc., 1300 SW 27th St., Renton, WA 98057
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