HERO is a Member Driven Organization
We convene thought leaders in workplace HWB and other organizations that have a stake in employee and community health and productivity.
We are committed to advancing professional best practices that are based on research and documented outcomes.
We adhere to strict ethical standards in how we interact with HERO members and other organizational leaders and in the way we partner with other organizations.
All employers value health and well-being as a business imperative.
HERO connects science and practice to demonstrate the value of a health and well-being employer ecosystem.
Networking, Research, Education & Engagement
Member Organizations of HERO have the opportunity to benefit from:
- Membership in the HERO Think Tank and Think Tank Committees that provide leadership in moving the science of workplace HWB forward
- Opportunity to participate in the development and enhancement of important industry tools including the HERO Best Practices EHM Scorecard in collaboration with Mercer
- Participation in groundbreaking research educational opportunities including the HERO Forum
- Access to the HERO Resource Center with its collection of important presentations and white papers in workplace HWB
- Invitation to join the HERO “Think Tank members only” LinkedIn private discussion group to network with other members.
HERO Think Tank Membership
Think Tank members have a hands-on role in the creation and dissemination of national workplace HWB policy, strategy, leadership, and infrastructure. Membership in the Think Tank allows individuals and organizations to be at the epicenter of a dynamic evolutionary process that enhances the sophistication and credibility of the industry. Think Tank Members are a part of select leadership group that is rapidly moving workplace HWB toward new levels of acceptance and accountability. Think Tank membership is an opportunity for professional development that directly impacts knowledge and skills of health management professionals.
Workplace health and well-being (HWB) is at a critical point in its evolution. Over the past decade, the spiraling cost of health care has become a major concern for corporate executives across the country. Couple this with the heightened interest in the role employee health status plays in presenteeism, absenteeism and productivity, and you will understand why there is a growing interest in workplace HWB among business leaders. To respond to this increasing focus on employee wellness, there is a critical need to create high-quality research that addresses specific health issues.