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Creating the Right Fitness Facility For Your Company, Part 2

Creating the Right Fitness Facility For Your Company, Part 2

Phil A. Lalli - in Worksite Wellness

Now that you have had a month or so to begin formulating a plan, you have an idea in which direction

A heart shaped cut out of an apple

Me and the COO: Fitness as a Fiduciary Responsibility

Vik Khanna - in Worksite Wellness

A couple of years ago, I delivered two hours of health coaching to the chief operating officer (COO) of a large publicly traded company, and his wife, at their capacious home

A doctor consulting with an older patient.

Solving Employee Eldercare Challenges

Vernica Woldt - in Worksite Wellness

If you have found it difficult to address the productivity and management problems of employees with elder caregiving challenges, a new business may serve as your “front door” for solving these issues.

A highway sign that reads "Weight Loss"

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

Creating the Right Fitness Facility For Your Company - Part 1

Creating the Right Fitness Facility For Your Company – Part 1

Phil A. Lalli - in Worksite Wellness

If you have followed the progression of this column from the previous two installments

Wellness programs, like this iceberg, are much bigger that they seem on the surface.

The Tip of the Iceberg: How a Wellness Culture Can Prevent the Healthcare Crisis From Impacting your Company

Jared Yellin - in Worksite Wellness

The concept of wellness is something that almost everyone would like to achieve in their lives but struggle when it comes to actually deciding what it will take to make it a reality.

Effective Wellness Programs Can Boost Your Bottom Line

Effective Wellness Programs Can Boost Your Bottom Line

Barton H. Sheeler - in Worksite Wellness

Wellness programs are the last great frontier in the drive to contain health care costs. Quite simply, unless we focus on prevention

A woman writing a flow chart outlining the strategy process.

It Takes More Than a Pill: Finding New Strategies for Disease Prevention in Relation to Work Performance and Longevity

Mira Gadzala - in Worksite Wellness

There is no magic pill that can make us healthier, increase our effectiveness at work

A man in a flood, riding on a recliner chair holding an umbrella.

Lowering Stress and Anxiety for Shift Workers (and for others too!)

Betsy Connolly - in Worksite Wellness

Stress and anxiety are normal parts of life. Sometimes we all need a little angst to keep us going – to make the best presentation, ace the test or get the job offer. But over time

Electronic health maintenance is the future of corporate wellness.

Health Risk Assessments and Measurement: The Driver of EHM Success

Lloyd Herlong - in Worksite Wellness

A common characteristic of successful employee health management (EHM) programs is the effective measurement of population employee health risk.

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.

A hand delicately holding the word safety.

Is “Safe Living” in Your Wellness Plan?

Kathy Hobbs - in Worksite Wellness

What does wellness mean to you? Webster’s describes wellness as “being in good health or living a lifestyle that promotes good health.”