1. The first benchmark of a results-oriented wellness program is strong senior level leadership.
2. The second is the creation and integration of a well-functioning team.
3. The third is the collection of data.
4. The fourth benchmark of a results-oriented wellness program is the crafting of an annual operating plan.
5. The fifth is choosing the appropriate health promotion interventions to offer employees and their dependents.
6. The sixth benchmark is creating a supportive, health promoting environment.
7. The seventh and final benchmark of a results-oriented wellness program is carefully evaluating program outcomes.
Do your wellness programs incorporate these seven benchmarks?
What area is the most difficult benchmark to implement?
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