Success Story: How Montana University System Engaged Hard-to-Reach Employees
Like most great organizations, Montana University System (MUS) wanted its employees to be happy, healthy and engaged. But MUS faced a significant challenge.
The organization did not use a centralized email system. They needed to reach — and inspire — a population of 8,000 benefits-eligible employees across 14 large, small and remote campuses. Limeade partnered with MUS to create a well-being program that improved employee health and empowered users to be the champions of their personal well-being — all while containing healthcare and tuition costs.
Since launching with Limeade, the organization saw a significant improvement in health, well-being and productivity. With new strategies and creative forms of communication, MUS successfully drove an impactful well-being program that engaged its employees across the state.
The Limeade Institute discusses the utility of including well-being in the flow of work and describes what needs to be in place for well-being initiatives to be helpful and not disruptive in the flow of work.