What I Got Right From Failing at Corporate Wellness
While there are many studies that approach well-being from an overall perspective, no studies were found that focused exclusively on better understanding the employee-employer relationship and its association to well-being – both at work and at home. Learn how one company applies these learnings to build out their corporate well-being offering.
Join us as OC Tanner’s Vice President of Business Development, Michelle Smith, presents new global corporate wellbeing research which includes insights to establish a business case for well-being as well as the benefits that move the needle for organizations. Michelle will facilitate a Q&A with Larry H. Miller Company Group’s (Tenth Largest Automotive Dealer in the US) Senior VP of HR, Lynda Jeppesen and they’ll discuss the new research and lessons learned from the implementation of corporate wellness programs.
In this session we will explore:
- Employee recognition at work has a substantial impact on the well-being of people – both inside and outside of work
- Of the three aspects of health the research discusses (physical, social, mental), one has a larger impact than the others on overall well-being
- We have a lot of work to do – the majority of employees aren’t being recognized at work and their well-being is suffering
The Certified Corporate Wellness Specialist® is a certification of expertise offered by the Corporate Health & Wellness Association (CHWA). The certification requires 11 Modules of training/classes and can be completed either in-person at a CHWA event or online.
In order to maintain certification after the required training, Certified Corporate Wellness Specialists® must complete five hours per year of continuing education credits to stay up-to-date with industry best-practices and standards.
Becoming a Certified Corporate Wellness Specialist® provides you with a competitive edge in the industry by demonstrating to employers and colleagues that you:
- Possess the training and knowledge to successfully implement and manage a wellness program
- Understand best practices in wellness programs
- Comprehend the different types of wellness programs and learn how to tailor one to meet the needs of your specific corporate culture
- Demonstrate that you are up to date with current best practices on an ongoing basis through continuing education credits required for re-certification
- Possess the qualifications and abilities for job promotion and career enhancement
- Lectures 9
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 8 hours
- Skill level All level
- Language English
- Students 273
- Assessments Yes
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