Healthy Organizations: Where Employee Well-being and Engagement Change Outcomes
Tim State, Enterprise Vice President - Associate Health &Well-being, Humana.
Despite the growth of corporate well-being programs, companies are still grappling with low participation rates and employee engagement. According to the RAND Corporation, fewer than half of employees (46 percent) in their research underwent clinical screening or completed a health risk assessment (HRA). Meanwhile, moving beyond traditional well-being programs toward improving whole-person well-being can transform a culture, lift business performance, improve health and create world-class engagement. Winning the hearts and minds of employees depends on positive, measurable results and social influence.
Tim State, Humana’s Enterprise Vice President of Associate Health and Well-being, will detail the process the company has taken to create and sustain an internal social movement around their associates’ well-being and measurably improving it in multiple dimensions through continuous learning and evidence-based experimentation.
Three learning objectives:
1. Hiring and leading passionate and engaged employees is the lynchpin to long-term company growth and success. One of the best ways to create a world-class workforce is for companies to invest in employees’ health and well-being. Caring for and changing the personal lives of employees eventually translates to stronger business results.
2. A focus on well-being can make a business stronger. Humana’s commitment to employee well-being has translated to greater engagement among those with high levels of well-being, including fewer unhealthy days, fewer missed work days, lower stress, and greater loyalty and retention.
3. This session will showcase how creating an employment experience that inspires talent, encourages healthy behaviors, and fosters purposeful relationships – both within and outside the company – can lead to thriving individuals and organizational success