4 Keys to Successful Healthy Eating Campaigns

Healthy Eating Campaigns Can Go a Long Way to Behavioral Changes

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Austin, Texas: Healthy eating campaigns are one of the fastest growing sectors of health and wellness programs.

Are you promoting healthy eating habits?

No wellness, nutrition or weight loss program is complete without behavioral modification- and encouraging smaller portion sizes, more fruits and vegetables and other healthy eating habits is crucial to its success.

Robert Piller, President of Wellness Incentives Plus says, “We have seen a 180% increase in sales of promotional products to tie in to healthy eating campaigns this year.  Everything from insulated food containers to encourage employees and students to pack a healthy meal, promotional salad shakers, imprinted kitchen utensils to promote the message at home , food scales and more.”

Reinforce your weight loss or nutrition program by keeping it front and center in the minds of your employees, students or community.

Have your health message be seen at the home, in their car, at work or school and at play.

Also, have an incentive for employees that bring healthy snacks to work.

Have meetings to discuss nutrition and healthy eating.

Encourage and share healthy recipes, snack ideas, etc.

Keep nutrition and portion control at the forefront  of your healthy eating campaign.

Education. Motivation. Rewards. Repeat.

Those are the 4 keys to any healthy eating campaign.

Be consistent in these 4 steps and you will have great success.

Here’s to a happier and healthier workforce.

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Robert Piller is President of WellnessIncentivesPlus.com, a leading provider of custom-printed promotional items geared exclusively for wellness programs and wellness incentives. These branded gifts are ideal for wellness incentive rewards, wellness kickoff or announcement gifts or as wellness reminders.

Visit WellnessIncentivesPlus.com to view thousands of wellness rewards and reminders in all price points-including over 800 different promotional pedometer styles in all price ranges. Follow @wellnessincent

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Health Fair Idea: Ask for an Action Step

Heath Fair Ideas: Have Each Person Take Just One Action Step Within Next 48 Hours

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Austin, Texas: Do you ever wonder why all the activities, education and promotional items that you promote at health fairs have such minimal results?

The main reason is Newton’s First Law of Motion: An object in motion tends to stay in motion unless acted upon by a force.  An object at rest stays at rest ..unless acted upon by a force.

Bottom line: inertia–or lack thereof.

Many of the people that you are coming in contact with at these health fairs are usually not very active–or not active at all.

Or they have an unhealthy habit–such as smoking or drinking..

How do you get these people to change their habits?

It is a simple 2 Step process:

1) Ask for an Action Step.

It should be an immediate Action Step that they can do within 48 hours (within 24 hours is even better.).

2) Have them repeat that habit every day for 30 days.

Habits – whether they are good or bad— are tough to break.  Repeating positive behavior for one full month changes the person’s behavior.

Next time you are exhibiting or presenting at a health fair–ask for an immediate Action Step.

If they are not willing to do it, they are not serious about changing their behavior patterns.

But then, don’t forget Step 2B: Keep encouraging — as many times people fall back onto bad habits–and need encouragement and positive reinforcement to keep trying again and again.

Here’s to a more successful health fair.

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Robert Piller is President of WellnessIncentivesPlus.com, a leading provider of custom-printed promotional items geared exclusively for wellness programs and wellness incentives. These branded gifts are ideal for wellness incentive rewards, wellness kickoff or announcement gifts or as wellness reminders.

Visit WellnessIncentivesPlus.com to view thousands of wellness rewards and reminders in all price points-including over 800 different promotional pedometer styles in all price ranges. Follow @wellnessincent

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New Balance is Now Offering Co-Branded Promotional Items for Wellness and Fitness Programs

You Can Now Co-Brand Your Logo with New Balance for Your Next Wellness Incentive Gifts

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Austin, Texas: Wellness Incentives Plus has just introduced the New Balance line to their promotional wellness and fitness gift offerings– and they can be co-branded with your own logo.

Robert Piller, President of Wellness Incentives plus, says, ” Many companies want to go above and beyond the traditional and generic wellness promotional gifts–and we have partnered up to bring the well-established New Balance brand name to the forefront–so that these New Balance items can now also feature your own logo on them”.

Mr. Piller says that by offering a well-known brand name to your fitness and wellness programs, it shows your commitment to excellence in the program.

Currently, Wellness Incentives Plus offers nearly 2 dozen New Balance items–mostly water bottle and bags–but they will be continually adding more each month.

You can view these New Balance wellness items at that link or by visiting WellnessIncentivesPlus.com.

 

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Robert Piller is President of WellnessIncentivesPlus.com, a leading provider of custom-printed promotional items geared exclusively for wellness programs and wellness incentives. These branded gifts are ideal for wellness incentive rewards, wellness kickoff or announcement gifts or as wellness reminders.

Visit WellnessIncentivesPlus.com to view thousands of wellness rewards and reminders in all price points-including over 800 different promotional pedometer styles in all price ranges. Follow @wellnessincent

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Product Safety & Social Compliance Statement

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 Product Safety & Social Compliance Statement

Wellness Incentives Plus is committed to conducting all of our business activities with integrity, social responsibility and in compliance with all legal and ethical standards of each of the countries we conduct business in.

We carefully vet all our suppliers and their factories as both quality and safety are our most critical concerns.

Wellness Incentives Plus and its manufacturers shall comply with all applicable national, state, provincial and local laws and regulations, industry standards, UN Conventions, and any other requirements that pertain to product safety, employment practices and product manufacturing.

Wellness Incentives Plus requires strict compliance with this commonly accepted Code of Conduct from all of our suppliers, manufacturers, subcontractors and other production facilities. Wellness Incentives Plus believes that by insisting on compliance, it will allow us to offer safe products, produced in a safe environment, while complying with all applicable national, local and international laws and regulations. To do this, they must ensure compliance with the following:

Child Labor

Wellness Incentives Plus absolutely forbids the use of child labor as defined by ILO and United Nations Conventions or by the national law of the country where the work is being performed.

All employees must meet the country’s minimum age requirement to act as labor.

All factories that conduct business with Wellness Incentives Plus must maintain official records that verify the employee’s date of birth and date of employment. This documentation must be available for inspection at any time.

Forced Labor

Wellness Incentives Plus prohibits the use of prison or forced labor in the manufacturing of our products. This policy extends to all other third party suppliers or subcontractors that are involved in the manufacturing of Wellness Incentives Plus’ products.

Wages, Hours and Benefits

Our manufacturers and their associated suppliers must comply with all laws regulating wages, working hours, overtime and employee benefits for the particular country in which they are located.

All workers must be paid at least the national minimum wage.

Freedom of Association

We respect the rights of employees to associate or organize without fear of reprisal or interference. If employees are represented by an organization recognized under law, we respect the right to bargain collectively.

Prohibition of Discriminatory Practices

Workers will not experience discrimination in hiring, remuneration, access to training, promotion, termination or retirement based on gender, age, religion, race, caste, social background, disability, ethnic and national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, or any other personal characteristics.

Health and Safety

The workplace must be a safe and healthy environment based on the recognized international standards, local laws and regulations.

The factory and all work areas must be well lighted and ventilated.

The workplace must have sufficient operational and inspected fire extinguishers, and people trained to operate them. The workplace must also have functioning fire alarms.

All work areas must have clearly marked exits. These exits must remain unlocked and accessible during all working hours.

All doors, aisles, exits, stairwells and traffic areas are to be kept clear and accessible for easy evacuation.

All equipment must be maintained in good operating condition and up to code.

All factories must provide a well-stocked first-aid kit in each work area.

Environment Issues

All factories must abide by all local and national environmental laws.

The factory must have in place policies and procedures for waste management, handling and disposal of chemicals and other dangerous materials. All emissions and effluent treatments must meet or exceed minimum legal and regulatory requirements.

Wellness Incentives Plus insists our vendors and their associated suppliers share our commitment to a clean and safe environment.

Wellness Incentives Plus reserves the right to either conduct its own inspections or have an appointed third party organization conduct inspections of Wellness Incentives Plus’ supplier’s factories, workplace environments, employment practices, records, and facilities at any time to ensure they are operating at a level meeting or exceeding Wellness Incentives Plus’ high standards.

California Proposition 65 Statements

All products shipped by Wellness Incentives Plus into the State of California are subject to Proposition 65 regulations. Proposition 65 is also known as The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986. Proposition 65 was originally enacted to protect California citizens and the State’s drinking water supply from various chemicals determined by a state agency to cause birth defects, cancer or other diseases or harm. Over 850 chemicals are now included on California’s list of Proposition 65 chemicals. A complete list of chemicals can be found at www.oehha.ca.gov/prop65.

Proposition 65 requires any person or company to give a “clear and reasonable warning” to any individuals before “knowingly and intentionally” exposing them to any of the listed Proposition 65 chemicals during the course of doing business. The regulation includes activities that involve manufacturing, assembling, distributing, storing, selling or any other activity that involves the transfer of consumer products.

This warning must occur unless the person or company can demonstrate that the exposure to the chemical is so small that it causes “no significant risk” or “no observable effect.” For most of the Proposition 65 chemicals, the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment has determined “safe harbor” levels of exposure. As long as the chemical level falls below the “safe harbor” level, no warning is required.

Wellness Incentives Plus is committed to providing high quality, safe products for our customers. We have always and will continue to work with our vendors and suppliers to ensure all raw materials purchased from them will meet Proposition 65 standards. In addition to Proposition 65 compliance, Wellness Incentives Plus has also instituted testing and documentation procedures to help ensure that all of our products comply with all federal and state requirements.

Companies are becoming increasingly vulnerable to lawsuits relating to Proposition 65. Any section of Proposition 65 may be enforced by the California Attorney General, local district attorneys, and private plaintiffs filing suits in the public interest. Proposition 65 does not just cover items manufactured in California. It covers all products entering California. Businesses located outside the state that ship products to California fall under the regulation.

Wellness Incentives Plus’ efforts have primarily focused on the third party testing for signs of lead content in our products. Lead has traditionally been the primary concern for our customers and the main focus of Proposition 65 litigation. Our third party testing is designed to confirm that the product’s lining and exterior meet “safe harbor” requirements for lead content that have been accepted by Proposition 65 and California courts.

Wellness Incentives Plus cannot test every piece of product it ships into California and has not tested its products for every one of the over 850 Proposition 65 chemicals in addition to lead. Because of this, our customers may have some concern regarding Proposition 65 compliance. One option to ensure compliance is to include a label on all products that may ship to the State of California. The label would state the following:

WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.

Please contact us for more information on Proposition 65 and Wellness Incentives Plus’ compliance program.

Statement of Lead Content in Inks

Wellness Incentives Plus is committed to providing high quality, safe products for our customers. Wellness Incentives Plus is continually working with our vendors to ensure all materials used in the production of our products meet all federal and state health and safety standards, including California Proposition 65.

Wellness Incentives Plus purchases inks and other supplies from a number of suppliers throughout the United States. Our ink suppliers have conducted extensive testing to document the lead content for all ink systems we currently use to decorate our products. The lead content of all the inks Wellness Incentives Plus uses meet all current local and federal regulations. Testing data is available upon request.

CPSIA Compliance

Wellness Incentives Plus has developed a comprehensive program to ensure products manufactured for our company comply with the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) of 2008. Wellness Incentives Plus CPSIA program includes testing for all CPSC-regulated standards applicable to our products, including lead content and lead in substrates, products containing certain phthalates and lead in paint and surface coatings.

Certain sections of the law do pertain to the Promotional Products Industry, specifically to those items classified as Children’s Products. All the items found in our online catalog are designed to meet applicable Federal and State regulations. However, these items are not designed for, or intended for use by children (unless marked otherwise). Despite this, Wellness Incentives Plus has undertaken testing campaigns to ensure that certain products that may appeal to children meet CPSIA requirements.

Wellness Incentives Plus utilizes accredited third party testing labs. These testing labs issue certificates to substantiate that the tested products meet all applicable CPSIA requirements.  Wellness Incentives Plus also maintains General Certificate of Compliance (GCC) forms for all products in our line that may appeal to children as well as products requiring general certification. These forms are available upon request.

Depending on what is reasonably practical, Wellness Incentives Plus satisfies the tracking label requirement by providing compliant tracking information on either individual item labeling or more commonly on packaging.

Though some CPSIA issues remain open and fluid, Wellness Incentives Plus wants to assure our customers that we are vigorously pursuing compliance with not only CPSIA, but all federal and local regulations and that we have a comprehensive testing and documentation program in place.

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Does Your Wellness Program Focus Enough on Positive Reinforcement?

Is Your Wellness Program More About the Stick Rather Than the Carrot? You Might be Surprised.

Wellness Program IdeasAustin, Texas:  In a Harvard Business Review study, it was shown that in high-performing teams, managers would give five positive comments for every negative comment.  By contrast, managers that gave three negative comments for every positive comment have very low performance among team members.

Makes sense–right?

But in your wellness program, what is your ratio of positive vs. negative comments?

Are you even keeping track?

Are you monitoring these comments?

Do you have a guide for what positive comments to mention or shout out?

Are your “positive” comments really positive at all in the yes of your employees?

You can have the greatest wellness program plan in history–but if positive reinforcement is not practiced — and practiced consistently and overwhelmingly – you will not get optimal results.

It is as simple as that.

Catch your employees doing things right.

Comment on it.

Reinforce those positive behaviors and your employees will keep doing more healthy behaviors because they are hungry for praise.

Now, how many positive comments do you plan to make to your employees today? Tomorrow? Next week? ext month?

Make it a habit.

Look for the positive behaviors and your wellness program stands a much greater chance of success. Ignore this advice and your results will be sub-par.

Here’s a to healthier workforce!

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Robert Piller is President of WellnessIncentivesPlus.com, a leading provider of custom-printed promotional items geared exclusively for wellness programs and wellness incentives. These branded gifts are ideal for wellness incentive rewards, wellness kickoff or announcement gifts or as wellness reminders.

Visit WellnessIncentivesPlus.com to view thousands of wellness rewards and reminders in all price points-including over 800 different promotional pedometer styles in all price ranges. Follow @wellnessincent

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What Are You Going to Do With Your Imprinted Pedometers Once You Have Ordered Them?

A Wellness Program is More Than Just Imprinted Pedometers

imprinted pedometrs for wellness programsAustin, Texas: So you ordered  a case of imprinted pedometers for your wellness program.  Now what?

I love imprinted pedometers for wellness programs.    I sell dozens of orders for promotional pedometers each day.

And my first question is always, “What are you going to do with them?”

Unfortunately, many have no good answer.

Just handing out promotional pedometers is not a wellness program.

If the pedometers are not being used, what is the point?

Your imprinted pedometers need to be part of an overall fitness program.

Are you incorporating them into a full wellness program?

Are you having a walking contest–daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly?

If so, be sure to have a lot of winners, so that the same few people do not win it each time.  Some ideas are most steps, biggest improvement, fewest steps (this person will never win this more than once), etc.

Are you having meetings about why you want them to become more active?

Are these explanations focused on their well-being – or just from your cost of premiums side.  That is no way to motivate.

Are you motivating your employees to be more fit by allowing them to take walking breaks throughout the day?

Are you putting posters up around your office to inspire fitness?

Are you and your other executives walking with your employees?

Are you discussing the program in a motivational way so that is on the tip of everyone’s tongue?

Is your wellness program fun?

If you make fitness fun and exciting, and keep your employees motivated, your employees will get more physically fit.

But if the imprinted pedometers get handed out and then there is no follow up, it is a complete waste of money.

Let’s inspire your employees to walk more.

What can you do each day to keep your wellness program fun, alive and motivational?

Here’s a to healthier workforce!

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Robert Piller is President of WellnessIncentivesPlus.com, a leading provider of custom-printed promotional items geared exclusively for wellness programs and wellness incentives. These branded gifts are ideal for wellness incentive rewards, wellness kickoff or announcement gifts or as wellness reminders.

Visit WellnessIncentivesPlus.com to view thousands of wellness rewards and reminders in all price points-including over 800 different promotional pedometer styles in all price ranges. Follow @wellnessincent

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Is Your Wellness Program Rewarding The Same Winners Each Time?

Is You Wellness Program Discouraging Your Least Physically Fit Employees?

ideas to improve your wellness programAustin, Texas: One of the problems with most wellness programs is that they seem to reward the same people–month after month.

That is a common mistake of most incentive programs –the ones that need it the most seem to have no chance and the big prizes–while the ones who need it the least tend to win the biggest rewards and prizes.

Is that happening with your own corporate wellness incentive program?

Maybe it is time to re-structure your wellness program so that the leas fit employees have a clear path to easy victory.

Inertia plays a vital role – and getting your least fit employees to start making gradual change can make or break their success.

Coaching, encouragement, atta-boys, and recognition, inspiration and motivation are critical to get these less active employees to begin their exercise, fitness, wellness routines.

Do not ignore the most physically fit–but perhaps offer different levels or tiers so that all employees can win rewards or prizes.

Keep in mind it is your least physically fit employee that cost you the most in insurance premiums.

Isn’t it worth it to structure a wellness program to inspire change in this area of the program?

Your least fit employees will need the most time, the most hand-holding, the most encouragement and recognition, etc. — but you will get your biggest gains from this group.

Be sure this group gets motivated.

Be sure to allow your least physically fit to be able to win great rewards from your wellness program.

It will offer the highest ROI you can achieve.

Here’s a to healthier workforce!

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Robert Piller is President of WellnessIncentivesPlus.com, a leading provider of custom-printed promotional items geared exclusively for wellness programs and wellness incentives. These branded gifts are ideal for wellness incentive rewards, wellness kickoff or announcement gifts or as wellness reminders.

Visit WellnessIncentivesPlus.com to view thousands of wellness rewards and reminders in all price points-including over 800 different promotional pedometer styles in all price ranges. Follow @wellnessincent

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First Step in a Wellness Program: Define WHY You Want to Run One

Why Does Your Company Want to Run a Wellness Program?

reasons to run a wellness programsAustin, Texas: I read a recent benchmark study from BSwift, where they listed the reasons why companies choose to run wellness programs.

77% run a wellness program to reduce/manage healthcare costs

11% run them because “it’s the right thing to do”

8% run them to improve employee presenteeism and productivity

2% run wellness programs to offer employees additional perks to attract and retain talent

1% offer these programs because “everyone else is doing it”.

Really, 12% of companies are doing wellness programs because it feels right or everyone else is doing them.  Crazy!

Without a solid plan, your wellness program is doomed to failure.

A solid wellness program needs to have clear objectives and a planned approach to helping your employees reach and exceed those goals.

If the program is poorly defined, not well thought out and without a detailed plan of approach, it is no wonder so many wellness programs are not successful in changing behaviors.

Why do you want to run a wellness program?

If you can’t give three or four solid reasons for doing so, then I would suggest tabling it until you can and do decide on the reasons to run one.

Wellness programs are effective in behavior modifications if done correctly.

If not, they are a complete waste of time and gives the entire wellness industry a black eye.

Now, why do you want to run a wellness program?

Take some time and list your reasons.

Then, show it to management and see if your reasons match.

Hopefully they do.

If not, hash it out until there is agreement.

Here’s a to healthier workforce!

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Robert Piller is President of WellnessIncentivesPlus.com, a leading provider of custom-printed promotional items geared exclusively for wellness programs and wellness incentives. These branded gifts are ideal for wellness incentive rewards, wellness kickoff or announcement gifts or as wellness reminders.

Visit WellnessIncentivesPlus.com to view thousands of wellness rewards and reminders in all price points-including over 800 different promotional pedometer styles in all price ranges.

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Getting to the “WHY” of Wellness

Help Your Employees Discover WHY They Want to Lose Weight or Quit Smoking

help your employees discover why they want to get more fitAustin, Texas: We all want our employees to get healthier–but why should they?

To help you save on insurance premiums?

Because Marty or Mary from the next cubicle dropped 15 pounds?

Because they can get a free T-shirt and an”atta-boy” at the next wellness meeting?

Doubtful.

The key to motivating and inspiring a person to achieve a certain goal is to find out why they want to achieve it in the first place.

Help them uncover their reason for wanting to lose weight or stop smoking.

Help them determine and visualize what it will mean to them.

Have them paint a visual picture in their mind of how they will look or feel once that goal is met.

Help them find some images on the web to print out and post on their desk of them enjoying their new reality.

Don’t tell them to post a skinny model’s photo at a beach and say ” this will be you in a year!”.

Instead, encourage them to go to a store in the mall and look at clothing that is a size or two smaller than you currently wear. Have them take pictures of it and post it on their fridge and on their computer.

They tell you that they want to stop smoking?  Uncover the why.

Is it so they can spend more quality time with their grandchildren? Have them post their grandchildren’s pictures all over their office.

Is it to feel better and to stop coughing?

Help them find pictures on the web showing X-Rays of clear lungs and post them on their computer and in their car. And then encourage them to schedule a physical for three months down the road to keep them on track.

They want to be able to run in a 5K or 10K in a few months? Encourage them to go online and book a race in 60-90 days and post the race’s logo all over their office and home.

Simple enough–right?!

Now, help your employees reach their goals by discovering their “why”.

They are all individuals so they will each have their own goal or goals that they want to achieve –if you can get them to visualize the “why”.

Why do they want to change their behavior?

Why do they want to put in the time to make it happen.

Help them uncover their own “why” and you will have a much healthier workforce in the coming months.

Here’s to a healthier workforce!

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Robert Piller is President of WellnessIncentivesPlus.com, a leading provider of custom-printed promotional items geared exclusively for wellness programs and wellness incentives. These branded gifts are ideal for wellness incentive rewards, wellness kickoff or announcement gifts or as wellness reminders.

Visit WellnessIncentivesPlus.com to view thousands of wellness rewards and reminders in all price points-including over 800 different promotional pedometer styles in all price ranges.

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Creating Best Practices for Workplace Wellness Programs

Are You Willing to Share Best Practices for Your Company’s Wellness Program?

best practices for employee wellness programsAustin, Texas:  As I have been reading in many industry blogs, there is so much negativity about wellness programs from within the industry itself.

As an incentive industry veteran of over 30 years, I know that there are many elements that can either make or break any incentive program — including wellness programs.

I think it is imperative that we try to find a forum and start addressing best practices in the wellness arena.

We should include the following areas of concern-as they are most critical in developing best practices:

1) Objectives and Goals

What are you trying to accomplish?

Why are you creating a wellness program at all?

How clear-cut are your objectives?

Will you be getting employees involved in setting up the program?

How will you measure them?

How often will you measure?

How will you know your program is successful or needs adjusting?

How long will this program last?

2) Implementation & Kickoff

How will the program be announced?

How will it be implemented?

Who is going to be in charge of daily/weekly program support and updates?

Who is contact or point person on issues arising from the program?

How often will employees be reminded of the program?

3) Management & Other Support

Who in upper management is chief “cheerleader” of this program?

How will management stay abreast of this program and how much input will they have?

Will management be participating in the wellness program also?

Who will be the employee liaison for the program?

How much employee education will there be to help with behavior modification?

Will there be personal coaching or group coaching for employees?

Who will arrange for meetings for employees to discuss their personal goals and how to stay on track?

4) Incentive & Motivation

Will this be a positive program or a punitive-type program?

Will all employees be able to participate and win – or is it staggered for a few top winners only?

Who will be around when points/gifts or other awards are issued?

How will you publicize and promote points or achievements–without making the least successful employees feel left out or embarrassed?

How will you keep your wellness program fresh?

How ill you continue to prod, poke and inspire your employees to help them reach bigger goals?

5) Review and Analysis

How often will you be reviewing results?

How will you act and react to your goal assessments–knee jerk reactions, planned responses, team meetings?

How will you be sharing the results with your employees?

Will you double-down on more education and cheerleading or look to punish those that are not meeting your success goals?

Let’s get this discussion moving forward.

Let’s share best practices so that we can all be better off.

Who is willing to get the ball rolling?

I’d be glad to help on the incentive side.

What is the next step?

Here’s to a healthier workforce!

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Robert Piller is President of WellnessIncentivesPlus.com, a leading provider of custom-printed promotional items geared exclusively for wellness programs and wellness incentives. These branded gifts are ideal for wellness incentive rewards, wellness kickoff or announcement gifts or as wellness reminders.

Visit WellnessIncentivesPlus.com to view thousands of wellness rewards and reminders in all price points-including over 800 different promotional pedometer styles in all price ranges.

Follow @wellnessincent

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