Assess overall activity and engagement in strength training, stretching, and aerobic conditioning.
Evaluate frequency of feelings of stress and effectiveness in managing day-to-day problems.
Review social satisfaction and involvement, including relationships, community engagement, and diversity interaction.
Assess perceived financial security and ability to make informed financial management decisions.
Evaluate focus, satisfaction, contribution, and connection to the workplace.
Review sleep quality and duration and how it impacts personal and professional life.
Assess overall dietary practices and engagement in balanced nutrition, including a mix of essential nutrients and various food groups.
Assess overall lifestyle habits and behaviors that contribute to well-being, from alcohol consumption to eye exams.
The PWA is designed to be a simple and non-intrusive way to evaluate employee health through lifestyle behaviors. Unlike a traditional HRA, employees are not asked to submit sensitive medical information. With just 40 questions in a multiple-choice format, respondents can easily self-assess how they are feeling across eight dimensions of well-being.
After completing the PWA, employees receive immediate feedback and educational content specifically tailored to address any areas of well-being where they may need extra support. Rather than being assigned an arbitrary score or risk rating, each individual receives a summary of recommendations that can be referenced at any time. This approach empowers each person to embark on their own unique wellness journey with confidence.
Employers receive access to aggregated, de-identified PWA responses, which can help them make smarter, more informed decisions about their wellness programming and meet the specific needs of their population. Comprehensive reporting is readily available to help employers make data-driven decisions about their wellness programs.