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Jonathan Edelheit, Editor in Chief of Corporate Wellness Magazine shares his thoughts on the wellness industry

Education Picks up When ROI Fails – A Letter from the Editor-in-Chief

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Others

What offers a steady hand in times of volatility no matter which market or business sector you are in? Education and integrity. Whether you work as a human resources professional, wellness manager, insurance broker or corporate suite executive, it is the…

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,…

An athletic woman using a wearable device

Will Fitness Trackers Like The Apple Watch Revolutionise Corporate Wellness?

Paul Otote - in Column

Almost every employer understands the benefits of engaging employees in wellness. These benefits include a potential saving of £1600 ($2461.60) per employee per year from the reductions in absenteeism and presenteeism[i]. In spite of this, a new study revealed…

A wearable device on an arm

Decisions…Decisions: Choosing the Right Wearable Fitness Tracker

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Features

As wearable fitness trackers gain increasing mainstream popularity and their manufacturers develop new devices to support consumer fascination with these products, employers will be hard-challenged to keep pace with implementing strategies that take full advantage…

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.

Employees and employers need to slow down to get the most out of wellness.

Retention

Todd McGuire - in Focused

The second step of a corporate wellness program, after reaching out to them, is ensuring they remain in the program. If no one stays with the problem, then the money used to create the program was wasted, and you are back at square one. Ensuring your employees…