By Laura Perdew
It is widely recognized that employees who are fit are more productive and have better morale than employees who are not. To that end, the Orange County Healthcare Agency (OCHA) is developing a workplace wellness website as a resource for small-to-medium size business owners and their employees.
Recognizing the need for such no-cost, value-added, accessible workplace wellness programs aimed at small businesses, California State University, Fullerton is assessing the design of OCHA’s website and the effectiveness of related marketing materials prior to an official launch.
To aid the faculty researchers with their evaluation, businesses owners who employ 5 to 250 employees are needed to participate in a two-week pilot study that will start on June 9 and continue through June 20.
Participants in the pilot study will be asked to:
- Provide their name, title, and contact information
- Access and browse the website and all promotional materials between June 9 and June 20
- Participate in an online review survey (which should take approximately 20 minutes to complete)
- Participate in a 30-minute, face-to-face, post-survey interview with one of the experienced researchers (scheduled at the participant’s convenience)
The researchers will use input garnered from the study to modify the website and marketing materials prior to launching the workplace wellness program across …read more
Source: Fullerton Chamber of Commerce