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Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Corporate Health and Wellness Conference

We’ve all been to the ordinary, boring conferences taking place across the country. The exhibit hall is full of people who are just trying to sell you products you don’t need, and so are the “educational speakers” who are just vendors making a sales…

Is Certification the New University?

Jenny Dodson - in Editorial

I recently spoke with one of our Certified Corporate Wellness Specialist® participants about their career and their take on the state of the industry. As usual, when I speak with participants, I learn a lot about what we have done correctly, and what it is…

Talking to Millennials About the Value of Voluntary Benefits

Chris Wilson - in Voluntary Benefits

As a voluntary benefits broker, you’re well aware of the demographics of your clients’ employee populations. If you haven’t already seen an increase in the number of millennial workers employed by your clients, it won’t be long before you do. In…

2017 Healthcare Trends: Employee Access

Ellen Isaacs, RN, BSN, CPHM, CHC – Director of Corporate Health and Wellness, HEALTHWORKS Division, Carolinas HealthCare System. - in Features

One of the keys to lowering employer healthcare costs is addressing chronic healthcare conditions. And the best way to help employees get and stay healthy is by making sure they have access to a variety of care options. We live in an on-demand world. Our schedules…

5 Ways Managers Can Support Well-Being Improvement

by Henry Albrecht - in Worksite Wellness

Manager support matters. A lot. In fact, our research indicates that managers are the single most important driver of how supported your people feel. And when employees feel their employer supports their well-being, they’re 38 percent more engaged. Managers…

The Sound of Wellness: Patience for Your Patients

Michael Shaw - in Column

If you want to hear the sound of wellness, listen to the work of a concierge audiologist. Watch that doctor perform her job because it is cause for celebration and a summons to update the Hippocratic oath, to include a sentence of aphoristic style and professional…

Welcome to the World of Genomics

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Column

We at Corporate Wellness Magazine are pleased to introduce a new regular column to our magazine that we know you will find interesting and relevant to your work in the insurance and healthcare industries. Experts and professionals from Wamberg Genomic Advisors…

Helping Employees Understand the Dollar Value of their Voluntary Benefits

Joe Quintana - in Features

As employers struggle to offer a competitive benefits package in an environment of confusing healthcare, education has become the key to benefit appreciation. Employers and employees both agree that great benefits can convince quality professionals to take…

Wellness and a Pledge to Defend Mother Nature

Lewis Fein - in Others

If we are to make personal wellness the priority it should be and corporate wellness the prerogative it must be, if we are to enjoy the benefits of Mother Nature and experience a bounty of natural remedies – if we are to do some of these things, never mind…

Lose Fat By Limiting Insulin Spikes

Warren Wilkins - in Weight-Loss

We all look for that magical pill -- the right detox tea, or perfect exercise  -- the thing that will accelerate us to our weight loss goals. We want to get rid of our belly fat, trim up inches around our waist and drop weight without changing our lives.…

Wellness from a Collective Well of Knowledge

Lewis Fein - in Others

Sometimes personal wellness is a statement of personal history, of a series of customs and traditions, of a collection of homemade remedies and a book of ingredients – more like a mental album of recommendations to lessen pain and improve a variety of conditions…

How Do Professional Athletics Relate to Corporate Wellness?

Zach Younce - in Column

From previous articles, if you’ve read them, it’s quite clear that I am a huge advocate of phycology and mindset when it comes to achieving greater health and wellbeing. The brain is the ruler of your behaviors, habits, actions, procrastination of actions…

Healthcare: Timeline to Failure

Charles Bens, Ph.D. - in Focused

For the past ten plus years, messages have been arriving that the existing healthcare system is seriously broken and there is a scientifically and medically proven way to fix it. Consider the following series of events. May 29, 2006 - The cover story in…