Tuesday, September 10, 2019
10:35 am – 11:35 am
JPMorgan Chase has been recognized for its leadership commitment and focus on a holistic approach to supporting well-being throughout the organization. At JPMorgan Chase, our global well-being program is centered around our vision of promoting a culture of well-being throughout JPMorgan Chase. Our mission is to empower and inspire our employees to prioritize and take ownership of their well-being by providing practical information and access to resources that promote and help maintain positive lifestyle choices. Our overarching goal is to build a culture of health in the areas of health, balance & finances. We use our mission and guiding principles to establish our priorities and to decide on regional and location initiatives. Engaging employees around the globe varies and needs to take into account regional and local considerations as well as partnerships with various departments within the organization. With over 250,000 employees, making wellness feel real at the local level is key to sustained engagement and success. This session will highlight the success of the internal collaboration between the Corporate Benefits and Wellness team and the local leadership in some of our largest U.S. locations to create a best in class approach to engaging employees in their health and well-being by building a sustained stakeholder model from the ground up at the local level. The roll-out of a new metabolic syndrome pilot program in two locations, in partnership with Newtopia, will be highlighted as an example of this best in class approach to push engagement at the local level through collaboration across departments. The session will highlight areas of partnership with our local team in Columbus as well as other groups including Dining Services, local leadership teams and external local market partnerships and initiatives. After completing this session, participants will be able to: (1) Understand how one of the largest financial institutions has created and sustained a culture of health through collaborative and integrated partnerships within the organization; (2) Highlight a best in class case study approach to engaging a specific location and population segment within the organization via collaborative partnerships between corporate and on the ground teams; (3) Describe how collaboration across internal stakeholder groups/departments led to the successful deployment of a pilot Wellness program/how a habit change approach to disease prevention can result in sustainable outcomes.