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Holistic Approaches for Employees Coping with Cancer

Larissa Brass - in Cancer, Column

When Sandy Tracy was diagnosed with kidney cancer last year, the last people she felt like talking to about it were her co-workers. “I don’t like people feeling sorry for me,” she said. “I just wanted to go back to everything being OK. I just wanted…

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Hip to be Fit – A ‘How-To’ Guide for Developing Corporate Fitness Programs

Erica A. Rooney - in Features, Others

"According to a survey by Fidelity Investments® and the National Business Group on Health, employers plan to spend an average of $594 per employee on…

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A Look at Incentives and How They Impact Motivation

Susan Zbikowski - in Economics

The use of financial incentives to encourage employee participation in health and wellness programs has grown steadily in recent years, and is now the…

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What’s Wrong With Wellness?

Dr. Bruce Campbell - in News & Insights

In order to build a culture of wellness in an organization, it’s important to be clear about what wellness means, the goals of the wellness program, what the program’s components are, and how the program “fits” into the work of the organization. Historically,…

Creating Successful Wellness Incentives: It’s in the Cards

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Economics

Employers are getting in the business of keeping employees healthy. There are still those employers who will encourage employees to use the stairs instead of an elevator, position gym equipment in a hard-to-find old storage space or put posters up that tout…

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Corporate Yoga ~ Revive your Wellness Program

Anurag Lohia - in Worksite Wellness

We have come a long way from the days when corporate wellness programs were viewed as good-to-have rather than as a need-to-have.

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Reducing Weight and Costs through Wellness Coaching

Dr. Charles Nagurka - in Worksite Wellness

More than 66 percent of U.S. adults are overweight or obese today