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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…

Resolution Revolution – Selfishness, Self-indulgence and Acceptance

Paula Sirois - in Editorial

I invite you to join me on selfish, self-indulgent and thoroughly life-affirming New Year’s resolutions this year. I invite you to accept who you are, what you like, what you don't, and how you really want to live. If you're ready, like me, to come out from…

Building a Resume For a Career in Wellness

Lewis Fein - in Editorial

If corporate wellness is to be a term of substance, and if companies intend to hire the best professionals concerning this matter, then qualified candidates need to stand apart from the competition – they need a record of accomplishment that resonates with…

Unify Your Company Culture

How to Unify Your Company Culture

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Editorial

Advertorial North Carolina-based Novareté has a simple goal, to make the values of your company an actual part of your company culture. By moving your values “out of the handbook,” Novareté wants to help employers unify their culture and ultimately make…

Wearable Device Pitfalls - Is the Fitbit "Fit" for Corporate Wellness programs?

Fitness Tracker Pitfalls: Is this Wearable Device Fit for Workplace?

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Column, Editorial

Wearable devices are quickly becoming a crucial part of many corporate wellness programs. Sale of wearable activity trackers, last year, reached 8 million, a figure predicted to grow to 23 million by the end of 2015, and reach 47 million by 2017.1 Fitbit,…

Corproate wellness is at the crossroad of work/life balance

Corporate Wellness Is No Longer Health Jargon

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

Welcome to the inaugural print edition of Corporate Wellness Magazine. For six years now, Corporate Wellness Magazine has been the signature online publication for the Corporate Health & Wellness Association and a reliable resource for news, innovations…

2014 Corporate Wellness Leadership Awards header

2014 Corporate Wellness Champions

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Editorial, Home Preferred

Corporate Wellness Magazine is proud to honor this year’s Corporate Wellness Champions. These are wellness professionals who have shown a focus and dedication to making employees healthier and happier. This year’s award winners are: Katie Sarver, Wellness…

A picture of the Apple Watch

Apple Smart Watch – A Corporate Wellness Game Changer

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Editorial

  For those who closely follow the Corporate Health & Wellness space, wearable technology that monitors weight, blood pressure, heart rate, calories burned, quality of sleep and so forth, is nothing new to you. As discussed just last week in Corporate…

Fitness trackers and other wearable technology will be a crucial piece of the wellness puzzle

Fitness Trackers On Course To Become Fashionable Piece of Wellness Puzzle

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Editorial

Don’t look now, but those devices clipped onto waistbands, wrapped around wrists or dropped in a pocket may be coming to a body part on you.

The final regulations from the Affordable Care Act, AKA Obamacare, have been released. Here is what you need to know.

Wellness Programs Final Regulations

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

On Wednesday May 29, the Departments of Labor, Treasury and Health and Human Services issued a final rule concerning wellness programs in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). There has already been a proposed regulation issued in November…

An employee check his watch, waiting for the employer mandate to take effect.

Employer Mandate Delayed

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

For the time being – at least a year -- employers now have a little bit of breathing room after the Obama Administration decided to delay the employer mandate and insurer reporting requirements of the Affordable Care Act.