• Well-being is not part of our business strategy

• We don't know if our well-being program is working or what we're trying to achieve

• We can't evaluate the value of our well-being strategy

• Employee engagement is still low despite repeated efforts

• Our employees negatively experience well-being programs as something being done “to” them

• Our culture does not enable optimal work performance

• Our employees don't value our well-being investments

• Our culture is not aligned with our well-being strategy

• Our employees show up to work tired, stressed out, or unhappy, which hurts their performance