1. Pick a program that fits the needs of your employees.
For example, Compass Professional Health Services assisted EnLink Midstream, a rapidly growing integrated oil and gas company with 1,500 employees, to develop its wellness program. The first step toward taking a more active role in managing employee health was to understand EnLink employees’ common health risks. Middle-aged men, who had not been engaged in their health and had a high rate of heart disease, cancer, and hip and knee replacements, predominately make up EnLink’s aging workforce. With this insight, EnLink created a wellness program focused on preventative care, which encourages employees to monitor their health for early detection, leading to easier and less expensive treatment.