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Wellness at Work: Using Survey Data to Develop Effective Strategies

Wellness at Work: Using Survey Data to Develop Effective Strategies
Product Code - HRAU01
Speaker(s): Dr. Patrick Hyland is the Director of Research & Development at Sirota Survey Intelligence
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With employee health care costs rising rapidly, senior corporate leaders are looking for new ways to increase wellness at work. In fact, many employers are seeking to create a work environment that is both healthy and productive. 

By using surveys to assess employee attitudes about various aspects of their job, and by integrating individual differences and organizational variables, employers can understand the causes and outcomes of wellness and stress at work. Armed with this information, HR leaders can make data-based decisions about how to tailor work environments, career paths, and day-to-day job experiences to keep workforces healthy, resilient, and strong.   

Join Dr. Patrick Hyland, Director of Research & Development at Sirota Survey Intelligence, as he provides a comprehensive overview of how organizations are promoting wellness at work. This session will provide participants with the following:

  • A clear conceptual understanding of the various factors that impact wellness at work
  • A data-based understanding of the critical needs of different employee populations
  • Case study examples from clients showing how they are exploring wellness and work with the intentions of enhancing both the employee experience and wellness 
  • Various techniques and strategies that can be used to promote wellness
  • Four practical steps for creating a culture of wellness at work
  • Recommendations for creating a culture of wellness at work within your own organization

Register quickly and easily online  to secure your space now. Or, please call 1-800-372-1033 option 6, then sub-menu option 1, and refer to date and title of conference. Lines are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. ET, excluding most federal holidays.

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  • Quality. Count on it. Nothing is canned.
  • Objectivity. Bloomberg BNA provides you with the best and most objective information. Unlike other companies, we don't use our Webinars as a forum to sell outside solutions.
  • Affordability. Bloomberg BNA Webinars are inexpensive compared to the cost of travel to attend a conference. Plus, you may use a speakerphone and invite as many of your colleagues as you want to listen in-all for the price of a single registration.
  • Convenience. No airlines. No travel. No time out of the office.

In addition, you'll receive:

  • Personal attention. Once you've registered, send your questions in advance to and they'll be included in the program. You'll also have a chance to ask your questions during the Webinar.
  • Follow-up materials. You need no materials upfront to follow along to our live conference. But Bloomberg BNA always issues a follow up e-mail with contact information for our speakers, as well as other materials related to the topic.
  • 1.5 HRCI credits by attending this Webinar. Find out how.


Dr. Patrick Hyland is the Director of Research & Development at Sirota Survey Intelligence

Dr. Patrick Hyland is the Director of Research & Development at Sirota Survey Intelligence. He has 15 years of experience in organizational research and consulting. At Sirota, he is engaged in all aspects of survey research with a variety of clients, including FedEx Ground and Tiffany & Co.  He is currently exploring a variety of topics, including the employee lifecycle, mindfulness at work, and managerial optimism and effectiveness. Dr. Hyland has a Ph.D. in Social-Organizational Psychology from Columbia University, where he also serves as an Adjunct Professor. His doctoral research focused on employees' reactions to organizational change. He received his Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Pennsylvania.