Meaningful measurements in the impact of well-being and employee experience
The question of impact and value of well-being programs has been the subject of great debate and great research over the past few decades. Although it has been well-established that investing in your employees leads to better business results, organizations that invest in external solutions are often pressured to prove a better than break-even return.
Since the pandemic set off massive shifts in work paradigms, shone a spotlight on increased health risks, especially mental and emotional, and accelerated “the great transition”, it has become imperative for organizations to care for their employees’ wellbeing within the work experience. And yet it’s still as difficult as ever to evaluate and measure program results.
Organizations need to be more specific and more intentional about their objectives and how to measure the effects of their well-being and EX investments.
Watch and learn:
Key questions to consider when assessing well-being and EX investments
Varied methods for evaluating initiatives, resources, and outcomes
A framework for evolving measurements (including value dashboard)
Recommendations of core and critical metrics to include