Employee Health & Corporate Wellness
Rethinking wellness at work
Corporate wellness programs are a valuable tool for addressing the root causes of stress and burnout in the workplace. We can help you rethink your approach to workplace wellness and create targeted, holistic strategies that promote and sustain your employees’ health and well-being.
Getting workplace wellness right is critical
Organizations today are faced with a new challenge: determining what their role is in employee well-being as the lines between work and home life have blurred. Even before the pandemic, many people felt the mental and physical stress of an “always on” work life—which research shows is tied to burnout and turnover.
Employee wellness is a key driver of morale, productivity, quality, and overall business performance. By looking beyond well-being as an employee benefit, you can harness it as a transformative factor in delivering on your talent and business strategies.
The current state of workplace wellness
of U.S. employees report that they are burnt out.
of workers say their organization isn’t doing anything to help employees with burnout.
Source: Eagle Hill Consulting, 2021
feel their organization places a great deal of importance on health and safety in the workplace.
What we do
Building holistic wellness strategies
Employee well-being is at the heart of the employee experience. The day-to-day workplace experience greatly influences your workers’ wellness, which greatly influences the performance of your entire organization.
Our employee health and corporate wellness solutions can help you:
- Identify and surface employee wellness issues
- Create a corporate wellness strategy
- Personalize wellness programs and initiatives
- Manage and execute workplace wellness programs
- Plan for hybrid/adaptable work strategies
- Strengthen the employee experience
- Assess and support organizational culture change
- Analyze and plan workforce capacity
Integrating employee wellness into daily work life
Our tailored workshop provides your teams with insight into the causes and impacts of employee burnout. Then, we equip your people with strategies for maintaining and improving health, efficiency, and effectiveness.
Corporate wellness case studies
Unconventional consulting leads to unbelievable
workplace wellness results
From combating burnout to driving organizational productivity, our years of creative and strategic experience in employee wellness have helped clients across industries reach their potential.
Federal government: Narrative
One agency needed to raise employee awareness of available support services. By working with them to craft an effective 5-year strategic plan for ongoing improvement, we helped get them on the path to a healthier workforce.
Federal government: Impact Statement
We helped one agency create their first-ever 5 year strategic plan to find new ways to attract, retain, and develop a motivated workforce—creating a winning, repeatable process for workforce planning.
Federal government: Narrative
When the number one grant-making organization in the government faced sustainability concerns, we brought employees at all levels together for collaborative solutions to increase engagement, strengthen culture, and improve retention.
Employee experience insights
Our latest research & thinking
Keep your finger on the pulse of employee experience and organizational culture trends impacting your industry with actionable insights based on our proprietary research.
Workload and worker shortages are contributing to ongoing employee burnout. While workers' stress is dipping, the sustained high level of burnout is troubling. See what workers say they need from employers.
Burnout at work is surging for government employees. We share three reasons why and four ways to help employers turn down the heat.
Burnout and turnover are higher in the government workforce than the private sector, creating a serious issue for governments as worker shortages continue. Agencies must take steps to address burnout and attrition to keep employees on the job.
Our research finds that the relationship between the employee experience and customer service may be the most important, yet overlooked, piece in the customer experience puzzle.