The-Shift-Shapers-Podcast-(Rough-Comp-2)

Wellness is evolving, but it is also an often-challenging subject for advisors. What is working and what isn’t? What will provide a demonstrable ROI and how do you set expectations and position these programs with prospects and clients? Ed Buckley, Chairman and CEO of Peerfit, has studied this area for years and has the answers you need to make wellness an integral part of your offerings.

What You’ll Learn From this Episode:

  • How and why wellness became a thing.
  • What early models looked like, and why they weren’t productive.
  • What are some of the newer, innovative wellness plans doing?
  • How to have the “wellness” conversation.
  • Setting employer expectations.

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The-Shift-Shapers-Podcast-(Rough-Comp-2)

One of the benefits of moving from old-fashioned “wellness” programs to today’s wellbeing initiatives is the opportunity to include and address more of the issues employees are dealing with. One such issue has been under the radar, but is now beginning to be addressed: life challenges. In this episode we explore what that means, and why is it critically important for employers and employees alike.

What You’ll Learn From this Episode:

  • What the scope of the problem is.
  • What the most frequent issues are that are being dealt with.
  • Why creating meaningful help means going a step beyond the traditional clinician-based model.
  • How help libraries go beyond content to deliver a meaningful component of the benefit.

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