The corporate wellness solutions of the future will be individually tailored: here’s whyEngageMe
The vast majority of corporate wellness offerings have always been pretty standard. Maybe, as you moved up the corporate ladder, you’d get a few more perks, but otherwise things were pretty much the same across the board.
For the most part, that was fine. But as companies are learning, different people have different needs. And if you want to keep your best talent, you must cater to those individual needs.
“We’re all different, not just in our health needs, but also in terms of our willingness to engage,” Cathy Kenworthy, president and CEO of Interactive Health told Corporate Wellness Magazine.
Small wonder then that corporate wellness programmes are becoming increasingly personalised.
Catering to individual needs however, isn’t the only reason personalisation will play a big part in the future of corporate wellness.
Here are a few more.
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