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  • Survey employees for input on the company wellness program.

A company can utilize data and comments from employee surveys to improve existing wellness programs and initiatives. For best results:

  • Allow anonymity: Employees may hesitate to provide input for fear the ideas shared aren’t good enough or that there might be repercussions if comments are critical. The option to be anonymous provides confidentiality and can bring feedback that is open, honest, and creative.
  • Make limitations clear: There’s simply not enough time or money to implement every idea or tackle every challenge, so let employees know that up front. At the same time, let workers know the company values all insights: “Although we can’t put every suggestion into practice, we read every comment and appreciate the time you’re taking to provide input.”
  • Set a deadline: Deadlines provide structure and encourage employees to deliver a timely response.