Posted on 25 Feb 2010
Aon Consulting, the global human capital consulting organization of Aon Corporation, announced on Wednesday it has partnered with The Center for Organizational Excellence (COE) to support a multi-agency health and wellness pilot program.
As part of this agreement, Aon Consulting will design an integrated wellness program and comprehensive communication plan for key governmental agencies, based on an audit of their health care programs, as well as absenteeism, disability, workers' compensation and preventative care rates.
"A key objective of this initiative is to stimulate behavior change, and drive participation in wellness and disease management initiatives," said Connie Freeman, vice president of the COE's Consulting Solutions Practice. "We chose Aon Consulting as a partner because of their proven track record of success in developing and implementing wellness programs that are on target for a given workforce and show measurable success."
This program began in January and was prompted by a Presidential initiative for federal wellness programs.
"In implementing a health and wellness program for more than 7,500 employees at governmental agencies throughout Washington, D.C., the COE required a partner that has the breadth and depth of experience, along with core expertise in key knowledge areas," said Cecelia Evans, Federal Practice leader for Aon Consulting. "We're pleased that the COE selected us for this initiative, and look forward to developing wellness programs that work, based on the various needs of each agency employee population."
About Aon Consulting
Aon Consulting is among the top global human capital consulting firms, with more than 6,300 professionals in 229 offices worldwide. Aon Consulting works with organizations to improve business performance and shape the workplace of the future through employee benefits, talent management and rewards strategies and solutions.