Campus Box 1196 One Brookings Drive St. Louis, MO (314) 935. 7433 csd. wustl. edu Employee Financial Wellness Programs: A Review of the Literature and Directions for Future Research CRITICAL REVIEW OF LITERATURE ON EMPLOYEE WELLNESS PROGRAMS IN KENYA WELDON K. NGENO1 AND MUATHE, SMA healthrelated services and wellness programs to their employees for over half a century (Owens, 2006). What is new, however, is that employee wellness programs. A systematic review of the health impact of employersponsored wellness programs A literature review was conducted using PUBMEB and CINAHL The employer characteristics, characteristics of the wellness program, incentives used within the wellness program, employee characteristics of those who participated in the wellness program 1 Introduction Prevalence rates, participation rates, characteristics of, and use of incentives for workplace wellness programs in the United States are based on results from the 2013 RAND Study.
1 The RAND Study was a federally funded study that focused on workplace wellness programs and that involved a literature review, Seventyfive percent of employers will offer comprehensive employee health promotion programs that include health education, program integration into Workplace Wellness Programs: et al 2002, 417).
A comprehensive literature review of seventytwo studies published in The American Journal of Health Promotion, for example, found Because this literature review focuses on worksite wellness programs for employees with disabilities, this paper uses the definition of 5 hallmarks of successful corporate wellness programs Events such as health fairs and health risk assessment screenings help Draper employees get information, set goals, and track progress Strategic communication leads to greater engagement in employee wellness programs.
a robust scientific literature review supports the conclusion that welldesigned and wellexecuted programs