More employers are establishing new or expanded worksite wellness programs to achieve better employee health, productivity, and corporate cost-management outcomes. Naturally, they want to know if, and when, their wellness investment will “break-even” and eventually achieve a positive return on investment (ROI). This course consists of weekly instructional videos, related readings, and activities for individuals interested in worksite wellness evaluation. It is comprised of four sessions that focus on the fundamentals of planning an evaluation; how to identify and gather appropriate data to build an evaluation framework; how to prepare a break-even analysis to determine the financial feasibility of a new wellness program, activity, or policy; and, how to prepare a basic benefit-cost/ROI analysis to determine the financial value of an existing worksite wellness program, activity, or policy.
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This is an excellent course. The navigation was great, well-designed using Canvas.net. The content was riveting - with short chunks of knowledge. The Quality of posted materials to view / read was outstanding. The Lecture style is very captivating,...
This is an excellent course. The navigation was great, well-designed using Canvas.net. The content was riveting - with short chunks of knowledge. The Quality of posted materials to view / read was outstanding. The Lecture style is very captivating, since all of us must work many years before we can retire. The course Length was perfect, not too long. This course is ideal for working mothers and fathers, also for those trying to select a college major, or Elective college courses. I highly recommend this subject to students of all ages. You don't get buried alive with long, abstract readings. It covers the fundamentals thoroughly. In all, I highly recommend this course for others. It will empower you to make better choices in the future on Job selection, working someplace with a Culture that promotes work-Life balance for employees. Donald (St Louis)