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7 questions employers should ask when preparing for wellness
Laura Hamill
Successful well-being programs share a number of positive traits, but there isn’t just one individual “phenomenon” that stands out. According to recent research from wellness technology company Limeade, 72% of employees with high well-being say they also have high organizational support. And 99% of employees who have both high well-being and support for their organization say their organization is a great place to work, says Laura Hamill, chief people officer with Limeade.

Overall, Hamill suggests, employers should ask themselves a number of questions to help them evaluate their readiness for implementing a wellness program. The following seven are among them.