Erica Carranza, Ph.D. VP of Consumer Psychology Chadwick Martin Bailey & Christina Zurek Insights & Strategy Leader ITA
Enriching compensation packages is an effective but expensive way to engage individual employees, and as recent research has revealed, many of the most common employee wellness and engagement initiatives are not yielding their promised impact. What are these initiatives missing?
Join us to learn more about the results of a landmark study that seeks to answer this question by uncovering what engagement initiatives must accomplish for employees—on a psychological level—to be effective.
Using scientific insight into human motivation and advanced analytic techniques, we will share several key findings from our research, including:
•How tapping in to five critical psychological benefits can provide a framework for true, sustainable engagement
•Why wellness and other popular programs aren’t delivering on the promise of employee engagement—and where organizations must focus instead
•How organizations can determine the right combination of initiatives to deliver the key psychological benefits that ultimately drive talent retention