HR Happy Hour 383 - Improving Health and Wellbeing at Work and in the Community

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HR Happy Hour 383 - Improving Health and Wellbeing at Work and in the Community Hosts: Steve Boese Guest: Tim State, Senior Vice President of Associate Health and Wellbeing, Humana Sponsored by Culture Amp, the platform that turns your company culture into a competitive advantage. Your employee data tells you what's happened in the past, but what if it could tell you what might happen next. See how with your free Predictive Analytics report at www.cultureamp.com/happy This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, we were joined by Tim State of Humana, to talk about workplace health and employee wellbeing, and how Humana approaches wellbeing both inside their organization, and with the member organizations and employees they serve. Humana's 42K employees are focused on people, their wellbeing, and provides products and services to millions of people in the US and strives to help people reach their best health and life long wellbeing. On the show Tim shared some of the innovative approaches they utilize with their associates - seeing wellbeing as a personal and individual journey to help each associate reach their wellbeing goals.At Humana they have developed a common language and mindset to holistic wellbeing, which has helped people understand their own journey. Their four dimensions of wellbeing - purpose, health, belonging, and security - which is the foundation of overall wellbeing have helped the organization define, program, measure, and improve wellbeing at work. Learn more about Humana here. Remember to subscribe to the HR Happy Hour Show wherever you get your podcasts, just search for 'HR Happy Hour'.

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