Embracing the Human Experience to Create a Thriving Workforce
Skill Building Session I | 10:00 AM
Speaker: Cheryl Mealey, BS, CHES, Principal, Mercer Employee Health and Benefits
Description: As organizations rethink their business models to harness the power of technology and adjust to a fast-changing world, it’s clear they can’t succeed without making people a priority. Artificial intelligence, robotics, 3-D printing, drones and wearables are rapidly integrating into the work environment. Change is the name of the game. What is the value of an energized and engaged employee? Is your worksite wellness program seen as a key tenet in the war for talent, or does your approach contribute to disengagement and turnover? In this environment it’s more important than ever for companies to take a leading role in caring for the health, wealth and careers of their workforce. Based on research insights from 800 business executives, 1,800+ HR professionals, and 5,400+ employees from 44 countries and 21 industries this session will illuminate 3 key trends that impact your worksite wellness program: A Workplace for Me, Working with Purpose, and Diversity & Inclusion.
- Gain insights to evolve your worksite wellness strategy as an integral component of the employee value proposition
- Differentiate the three key trends
- Identify actionable ideas to take back to your organization
Cheryl Mealey is a Principal in the Mercer Health and Benefits Chicago and Milwaukee offices and a senior leader in the Total Health Management (THM) specialty practice. Cheryl leads the Telemedicine Collective for Mercer and has been involved in the creation of several Mercer products and solutions. She has more than 20 years of varied experience including worksite wellness, integrated benefits and employee assistance programs. Prior to joining Mercer in 2012, Cheryl led the National Wellness Consulting Practice for a global broker. Her clients come from all industries and market segments and many programs under her direction have been recognized with local, regional and national awards. Cheryl served on the Board of Directors for the Wellness Council of Wisconsin for 12 years in several leadership positions, including President. Cheryl graduated from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse with a Bachelor of Science in Community Health Education and earned the Certified Health Education Specialist designation from the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing and is WELCOA Faculty.