The Workforce Strategy conference is the premier event for the latest research, innovation and best practices in well-being and productivity for large employers. Catch the 2019 highlights below. 

Caregiving: Look. Love. Lift.

As our caregiving crisis escalates, employers must embrace solutions to help employees manage their work and caregiving responsibilities. A first and important step is to recognize the caregivers in your workforce. Watch this video to be introduced to Alex Drane’s powerful Look. Love. Lift. call to action.

Engagement: Mindlessness is the New Mindfulness

Join this community of leaders, influencers and trailblazers in the movement to optimize the employee well-being experience. Over 2 days, we’ll influence the future of well-being with groundbreaking content and high-powered networking.

A World Without Food Advertising: Modernizing Food-as-Medicine

It’s predicted most people will buy their groceries online in the future. As we make this transformational shift from brick-and-mortar to online food shopping, Zipongo’s CEO Jason Langheier believes large employers have a unique opportunity to help employees chose healthy options 

Gender Equity, Health and Financial Well-being

Pat Milligan of Mercer’s When Women Thrive delivered a powerful closing keynote at Workforce Strategy 2019, highlighting the intersection of women’s health and financial well-being. Employers have an opportunity to improve gender equity in their organizations by tailoring benefits and work-life support to meet the unique experiences and needs of working women today.

The Impact of Life Events on Well-being

Erin Tatar and Tamara Sims, PhD, of Fidelity Benefits Consulting shared the stage at Workforce Strategy 2019 to discuss new research on the impact of various life events on employee well-being. The results were surprising—with even some of life’s most precious events having a negative overall impact on well-being. Employers can use this information to inform a more holistic approach to their well-being strategy. 

Why Employees Suffer in Silence: Barriers to Mental Health

Michael Otto of Boston University discusses five barriers to mental health care: low perceived need; desire to handle on one’s own; treatment won’t work; stigma of condition & treatment; and access to appropriate care.

Well-being is Integral to Workforce Strategy

More employers see their health and well-being strategy as an integral part of their workforce strategy. Brian Marcotte, Former CEO and President of the Business Group on Health, describe how and why employers are making this shift.