Wellness Metrics in Action—Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation: Achieving Success at Every Level

The Conference Board of Canada, 4 pages, August 15, 2012
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This briefing is the fourth in a series of case studies that profile organizations, their wellness programs, and the methods they use to evaluate their initiatives.

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The Conference Board of Canada recently published a report, Making the Business Case for Investments in Workplace Health and Wellness, that provides small, medium-sized, and large organizations with advice on how to measure the impact of their workplace health and wellness programs.

Research for the report identified several employers that are currently evaluating the impact of wellness programs on their organizations. These leaders have invaluable information and guidance to offer to other employers that are trying to measure the impact of their own health and wellness initiatives.

This briefing focuses on the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC), an organization that believes its employees are its greatest asset. As a result, the NSLC focuses its wellness program on cultivating a healthy workplace in order to keep employees fit, happy, and engaged.

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