The ideal corporate wellness program brings together employees from different backgrounds and helps them focus on making choices that lead to longer, healthier lives. The challenge is working through those differences to arrive at a plan that allows everyone the best chance to participate and achieve their own individual goals.
Employers have the ultimate responsibility on how to effectively communicate benefits information to employees. It has a tremendous impact on how well the programs are understood, utilized and perceived by employees. If that understanding does not exist, it’s a critical failure of the company’s leadership team.
Recently I came across a story about a 13 year old boy who fell to the ground while climbing on a rock wall at a local entertainment facility. The article included footage of the boy’s fall, which is difficult to watch.
While the video is disturbing and I certainly hope the young boy ends up fine, it demonstrates several safety issues that challenge today’s family entertainment center owners and operators.