Elevate Organizational Success With Employee Well-Being: Building a Business Case For Wellness ProgramsOn Demand Webinar
In the current landscape, organizations are navigating a perfect storm, marked on one hand by soaring employee stress and burnout and on the other business optimization and budget constraints. How can companies best support their people in this challenging environment, all while driving key business outcomes and the bottom line?
As leaders, it’s critical to understand that investing in well-being initiatives isn't just a matter of altruism; it's a strategic imperative for sustained growth and success in today's competitive landscape. So, how can you build a compelling business case for wellness programs and identify the specific data and ROI metrics required to advocate effectively with your CFO, CHRO, and leadership team?
Trevor White, Vice President of Advisory and Consulting at Nucleus Research will delve into this and share the real-life financial wellness success story of Bread Financial, a tech-savvy financial services company celebrated for its award-winning holistic wellness program. This will be followed by an engaging discussion with a c-suite panel sharing their perspectives: Amy Hanlon-Rodemich, Chief People Officer at Nokia, Mark Hawkins, former Salesforce President & CFO Emeritus, and Diane Strohfus, former Chief People Officer at Moody’s. The panel will be moderated by Neha Mirchandani, CMO and Head of People at BrightPlan.
- Learn the art and science of crafting a compelling business case for wellness
- Explore a real-life case study of Bread Financial who realized a 75% ROI* for their financial wellness program
- Hear first-hand perspectives from C-Suite leaders on what it takes to secure executive support and the metrics that matter most
This webinar qualifies for 1 SHRM credit and 1 HRCI credit.
*Disclosure: This case study was developed by a third party research firm, Nucleus Research, and includes statements about BrightPlan made by a current customer. BrightPlan did not provide any compensation in exchange for these statements.