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Physical Well-being Playbook Step 4: Monitor, Assess, and Repeat

Review your results regularly and make changes accordingly.

How to monitor and assess

Determine what data points will be collected and how often they will be reviewed. Monitoring key metrics, at least annually, will highlight what is working and what needs revision. Learning from the data will help improve the program to achieve optimal results.

Assess your physical well-being program from an organizational standpoint.

Assess your physical well-being program from the viewpoint of the employee.

  • Use the same survey tool used prior to implementing the program to determine successes and opportunities.

Report data.

  • Present findings to senior leadership to show the value of investment in the program.

Pivot as needed.

  • Try an innovative approach if areas of the program are not successful.
  • Refresh the communication strategy and incentive structure.
  • Re-survey employees on their interests (especially if turnover has been high) and gather feedback on any initiatives being offered.
  • Consult your dedicated Marsh McLennan Agency team for ideas.

Additional resources

Many carriers offer resources that promote physical well-being through condition management, tobacco cessation, and more.