Your Wellness Communications are Missing 1 Thing—Excitement

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Boosting employee well-being is a common goal for most employers. However, despite investing a lot of time and money into building a great wellness program, many employers still see poor participation rates.

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HR professionals tasked with promoting their wellness program and improving employee well-being face a difficult task. Between managing their workloads and enjoying their personal lives, employees have a lot on their plate. As such, it can be hard to encourage them to take part in wellness activities, like fitness challenges.

The best way to win their attention and get them involved

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