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Central Michigan University

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Challenge Using Data to Build a Culture of Wellbeing

Central Michigan University (CMU) has been on the path to wellbeing for over fifteen years, beginning with their commitment to employee health in 1999. What began as a means of controlling healthcare costs has expanded with time, evolving into an interest in enhancing benefits already being offered to employees and increasing overall wellness.

Now, wellbeing is a central tenet within their organization measured through data-driven insights and strategic goals. In 2014, this commitment to their staff evolved further with the onset of a CMU and Virgin Pulse partnership, with priorities and objectives continuing to take shape, incorporating behavior change psychology and employee analytics.

  • I think wellbeing is a huge part of attracting new employees and retaining those employees once they get there.

    - Tammi Griffin Manager of Employee Health and Wellness