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Going Gaga for our Best Self – Warrior Women in Wellness Award

This article is the second in a series examining the impact of women in the wellness world. You can find the first article here. Singing the National Anthem at the 2016 Super Bowl is Lady Gaga’s well-deserved accolade to young women whose star wattage rests…

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Corporate Wellness Programs – What’s Working, What’s Not

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in News & Insights

Employee engagement is crucial to sustaining a strong wellness program. The initial goal of implementing a wellness program within an organization is to reduce healthcare costs. And while that goal has remained constant as the corporate wellness industry has…

Corporate Wellness interview with Mayo Clinic CEO John Noseworthy

Mayo’s Growth in Wellness to Expand as it Keeps its Focus ‘People-Centric’

Les C. Meyer - in Worksite Wellness

Rather than pursue mergers and acquisitions as the recipe for growth, the famed Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. is relying on its reputable standard of meaningful face-to-face interaction and building its own growth strategy by scaling its knowledge and…

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GE Brings Wellness to Life

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Column, Corporate Wellness Interviews

We asked Jason Morgan, director of Global Health and Wellness at GE Healthcare, about the company’s wellness program and ROI, creating a culture of wellness, and the role of incentives, gamification and much more. Corporate Wellness Magazine: What about…

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Wellness Architect: Healthy, Productive Employees Translate to Success

James Wilton - in Case Study, Column, Worksite Wellness

Cardone Industries, Inc., founded in 1970, is a leading supplier of automotive replacement parts with 6,000 employees across the United States, Canada and Mexico. A family-owned business, health benefit plans are self-funded at Cardone, which serves both as…

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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…

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Best Practices: Incentive Design Strategies

Hayley Hines - in Column

Designing and launching incentives for a wellness program can be confusing and overwhelming. This information is provided to give employers an overview of the most common incentive strategies, the range of participation based on amount of incentive, and what’s…

Looking behind the door into the future.

The Future of Wellness

Michael Prager - in Column

There are two ways to forecast the future: Talk to leaders in the fields you’re interested in, and ask what’s coming. Guess Taking wisdom from no less than author Jules Verne and author/physicist Michio Kaku, let’s stick with No. 1 to assess where corporate…

Michele Obama and Sam Kass at a health food demonstration

Wellness: America’s Commander-in-Chef Can Take Heat in Kitchen

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Features

Nutritionists will be the first to say that healthy workers who eat the right foods are likely to increase their energy levels, improve their immune systems and perform better on the job. Now think of the heat in the kitchen, then, that Sam Kass walks into…

Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini

Forget ROI: Aetna CEO’s Perspective on Wellness & Functionality

Mark Bertolini was no ordinary patient. After  breaking  his neck in five places during a ski accident in 2004, the chairman, chief executive officer and president at Aetna turned his back on conventional painkillers for combating his partial paralysis.…

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Business Attire: Wearable Devices FIT Corporate Wellness Strategies

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Features, Technology

Get a look at that wrist. Those stylish bracelets worn around the office are making a fashion statement of their own and enabling employers to redefine the meaning  of business attire. Clung to arms, clipped to waistbands or wrapped around wrists and ankles,…

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Investing in Employee Wellness – How You Can Achieve a 17:1 ROI

Erin Morrow - in Features, Others

By: Erin Morrow Determining the return on investment (ROI) of a wellness program can be difficult. Looking beyond the immediate healthcare costs and utilization will help any organization understand the broader value of its investment. Although solid projections…