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Follow the Leader

Karen L. Andalman - in Focused

Follow the Leader In the quest for creating a culture of wellness in the workplace, it is imperative that senior level management take the lead. From an early age, we are conditioned to follow the positive examples set by our parents, older siblings and teachers.…

Employee wellness programs can face problems with a culturally diverse workforce

A Failure to Communicate: How Cultural Incompetence Leaves Many Wellness Programs Incomplete

Rod Sims - in Worksite Wellness

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, by 2015 racial and ethnic minorities will comprise 41.5 percent of the work force (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2008).

Health Risk Assessment - Yes or No?

Health Risk Assessments – Time and Money Well Spent

Dr. Don Hall - in Worksite Wellness

In response to Lisa Holland’s April 1, 2011 National Healthcare Reform Magazine article,

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How do Corporate Wellness Programs Work?

Greg Justice, MA - in Worksite Wellness

Wellness Programs run the gamut.The most casual and inexpensive may include only online information

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The Healthcare Crisis: Can Wellness Solve It?

Stacy Morris - in News & Insights

Employers with 2-50 employees have been greatly affected by the dilemma of our current health care crisis. The direction of the health care debate and

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Jackson County’s proACTIVE Wellness Initiative

Liz Lund - in Focused

pAWI is a community initiative that successfully incorporated the local hospital, public health department, s

An Ounce of Prevention is worth a pound of cure, like this health beverage and these pills.

An Ounce of Prevention

Maja Jurisic, M.D. - in Worksite Wellness

Health and Wellness: The belief in wellness programs is that if employees are well, they will have fewer needs for medical intervention.