Four Steps to Jump-Start Your Wellness Program
By Chris Cutter
Let's say your company wants to start a new healthy-eating program. What do you need to do between now and its launch date to ensure the program's success?
Artificial Intelligence, Real Hearts
By Jill Cueni-Cohen
In a new partnership with IBM Watson Health, the American Heart Association is poised to revolutionize the way companies use analytics to help workers improve their cardiovascular health.
An Employer Mandate for Wellness?
By Lin Grensing-Pophal
A recent ruling in an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission lawsuit now makes it possible for employers to tie employee participation in wellness programs to availability of healthcare coverage.
The New Landscape for Company Stock
By Denise Sisk
In light of a recent Supreme Court ruling on retirement-plan oversight, here are three suggestions to help organizations manage the issues related to overseeing a company stock fund in its defined-contribution plan.
When Wellness Programs Don't Work
By Mark McGraw
Towers Watson data suggests that companies are increasingly committed to wellness initiatives, but struggling to boost employee participation. Experts say employers and HR should start by getting a better grip on what type of wellness offerings their workers actually want and need.
Top Stories of 2015
By Michael J. O'Brien
From new rules to the not-so-new question of how to keep your talent from walking out the door, HR leaders had a full plate of issues to deal with this past year. Below is a compilation of our 10 most-viewed news analyses from 2015.