“No two Limeade programs are the same, so our customers deserve tailored analytics that uncover opportunities to make smart, quick decisions that impact outcomes,” said Tony Kippen, senior director of Business Insights. “We believe strategic analytics are the engine of engaging wellness programs, and that wellness trends are a potential indicator for business performance outcomes, much like a canary in a coal mine. This is why we’ve invested so heavily to expand our Business Insights team and tools.”
“Employee well-being isn’t just an HR strategy, it’s a business strategy. That’s why it’s so important to evaluate population trends as frequently and thoroughly as we do other corporate outcomes,” said Allen Kline, vice president of health and wellness at Kohl’s Department Stores. “Improving our employees’ well-being is extremely important to us, and directly aligns with our current “Make Your Move” consumer marketing campaign. With the Limeade Insights Dashboards, I can monitor progress on our population segments, provide company leaders with timely insights ‘on the fly’ and adjust our strategy accordingly.”
The Limeade Insights Dashboards are easy to use, giving novices and data-enthusiasts alike the control to view, explore and report at their convenience. Administrators can create and save custom views; automate daily, weekly or monthly email alerts; and easily share simple, beautiful charts at a moment’s notice.
These new tools display trend reports across the entire population and can be segmented by division or demographic group. The reports highlight and compare dozens of key metrics including:
Sustained program participation
Incentive level completion
Shifts in biometric health risks
Multiple engagement trends (e.g., active program participation, challenge participation and engagement by level of health risk)
“Data is only as valuable as it is actionable. With the Insights Dashboards, I’m able to view our program’s performance and understand how well specific strategies are working so I can adapt in real time,” said Michele Ritala, health & welfare program manager at Puget Sound Energy. “One of our goals is to engage employee spouses and domestic partners, and I’ve used the dashboards to measure the impact of our targeted communications to these groups. Based on our findings, we’re working with Limeade to explore additional communication strategies that will further increase participation.”
The Limeade Insights Dashboards allow customers to manipulate data that matters most to them. Administrators can drill into subgroup trends and combine analyses to view correlations between program strengths, weaknesses and actionable opportunities. Dashboards also reveal trends over time, including year-over-year registration trends, long-term health risk shifts and ongoing completion of incentive levels.
Limeade is committed to protecting privacy. The Insights Dashboards adhere to stringent HIPAA privacy standards, protecting identifiable health data from all program administrators.
“Data is powerful and can provide incredible insights that help deliver even better experiences and outcomes for employees,” Kippen said. “But we’re careful to balance that with personal privacy. The Insights Dashboards filtering capability won’t reveal data of groups with fewer than 20 people to ensure anonymity.”
Limeade is a technology-fueled corporate wellness company that measurably improves employee health, well-being and performance in ways that energize culture. Limeadeignites real employee engagement by activating both individual and organizational engagement. Imagine a world where employers invest in the well-being of their people and employees invest in the well-being of the company. Recognized for its own award-winning culture, Limeade serves over 100 employers and top global brands. Learn more on www.limeade.com.
Limeade released new employment data demonstrating concentrated focus on increasing gender representation across its global workforce. As of February 2022, Limeade reported 51% women make up the employee population and 48% of director-level and above leadership roles are held by women.