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When people love and use their well-being program, they’re more likely to stay at their organization.

New Limeade Institute research shows that turnover rates were four times higher for employees who didn't participate in a well-being program compared to those who did.

That’s why we just announced the Limeade turnover dashboard — so HR leaders can explore how well-being program participation relates to employee turnover. The dashboard pulls together powerful data through interactive charts and helps organizations understand population trends to help focus their employee retention efforts.

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It all starts with motivating your employees to take well-being into their own hands. So here are three steps to encourage them to register for (and actually use!) your well-being program.

Download our top 3 recommendations for higher participation, better well-being and lower turnover:

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Additional resources:

  • Product overview: One-page overview of our new turnover dashboard 
  • Research snapshot: Research from the Limeade Institute shows how turnover relates to well-being program participation