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Five Things You Must Know When
Evaluating Worksite Wellbeing Providers


Construction Brief 

The management of an effective employee wellbeing program within the construction industry offers a unique set of challenges and opportunities. Construction workers should not be treated as office workers. Instead, they must be supported as “industrial athletes,” and not controlled as risks from a safety perspective. Many firms do not embody the core competencies that translate to success in the construction environment.

This management brief explains the critical factors that must be considered in choosing an effective employee wellbeing partner, including:

  • Understanding the real business value generated by a wellbeing program

  • Employing goals, metrics, and measurement to track and evaluate progress

  • The importance of customized, comprehensive strategies and integrated planning

  • The need for personal, one-to-one wellbeing support

Source: 2020 COVID-19 Benefits Survey, U.S. 2019/2020 Global Benefits Attitudes Survey, U.S.

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