Business Group Blog

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The Business Group Blog was created to share and discuss information about challenges and solutions to the health care benefits issues that large employers face today and tomorrow — such as controlling health care costs, reforming the health care delivery system, and engaging employees in their health and benefits — and will provide insight into national health policy issues. We hope you find this information useful and will consider subscribing to the blog and sharing any thoughts or ideas with us at blog@businessgrouphealth.org.

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1. Plan for the Future of Work, Life & Health at Workforce Strategy 2018

This fall, Workforce Strategy 2018 will bring together more than 500 large employers, thought leaders and global experts with shared goals of exploring and improving the future of work, life and health.

From interactive sessions and dynamic speakers to ground-breaking technologies and digital innovations, this year’s conference has everything you need to find new solutions that will advance the well-being of your employees and the overall productivity of your organization.

Tags: well-being, engagement, mental health, weight management, corporate culture
2. 10 Things to Think About When Developing a Wellness Champion Network

Large employers are increasingly utilizing networks of volunteer employees as an extension of their wellness staff, commonly called “wellness champions”. Their role is to help drive employee participation and engagement in wellness activities at the local level. 77% of large employers have been found to have some type of wellness champion network. While the size of champion networks varies greatly, 56% of employers have at least 50 wellness champions in their network.

Tags: well-being, engagement, corporate culture, physical health
3. Managing Emotional Culture is Key to Organizational Performance

“In managing a company… with more than 150,000 employees and millions of customers…you of course need to be rational. But I’m gradually learning to be less rational and more emotional. Motivating people and generating a sense of spirit inside a company are essential…we need to appeal to our employees’ emotions to help create an environment where they can innovate.”

                                                                                                                         -Pablo Isla, CEO Inditex

Tags: well-being, emotional health, corporate culture

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