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Employee Wellness Plan Follow Up

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Employee Wellness Plan Follow Up

Why Employee Wellness Plan follow up?

Getting feedback from Employee Wellness Plan members serves two purposes: to
obtain data that quantifies a Wellness Program’s impact, and to find ways
to improve a Employee Wellness Program.

Building follow up into your Employee Wellness Plan

Keep it simple

  • Keep follow up to information you absolutely require. A three-question survey
    is more likely to get a response than one with 20 questions.
  • Use email or phone for follow-up. Use personal and business email addresses;
    use cell phone and unit phone numbers.
  • Go to the Employees: go to the unit or somewhere else they will all be gathered,
    and get follow up information there.
  • Give members a stamped envelope addressed to you, with a printed form listing
    the information you will need.

Keep it structured

  • Tell members right from the beginning that you will be doing follow up
    after the Employee Wellness Plan is finished. Be specific about the information
    you will collect.
  • If you need to do hands-on measurements, find out if members will be coming
    back to your location for another reason (like another clinic appointment).
    Ask them to stop by while they are in the building – or, better yet,
    go to where they will be.
  • Ask members where they will be the next time you will be collecting data.
    They may already know their next duty station if they will be PCSing soon.
  • Plan ahead for follow up and put it on the schedule. Planning to do follow
    up “when you have time” usually means follow up will never get
    done.

Keep it catchy

  • Give members something to go along with the request for information. By
    way of example, if you send an email to ask for information, send along a
    yummy recipe or a timely excercise tip.
  • Schedule a ‘reunion’ day to collect follow up information.
    Invite members to come back and share successes and challenges. Have some
    (healthy) munchies available.
  • Have a silly contest – the team with the most follow up data wins
    something, like having their photos posted on a prominently-placed bulletin
    board or an eggplant trophy, or some other fun thing.
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