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“Corporate Wellness Should Not be a Fringe Benefit, But a Necessity in the Workplace” - Shawna Bowen, CCWS Graduate

Shawna Bowen MA., CCWS, NBC-HWC, ACE, a recent graduate of the Certified Corporate Wellness Specialist Program.

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“Creating wellness programs is bigger than health fairs and presentations” - CCWS Program Graduate Valerie N. Pogue

Corporate Wellness Magazine recently sat with one of the graduates of the Certified Corporate Wellness Specialist Program on her thoughts about the recent shifts in the corporate wellness industry.

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The Future of Corporate Wellness: An Interview with Corporate Certified Wellness Specialist Program Graduate Michael Brantley

The Corporate Wellness Magazine recently sat with Michael Brantley, a graduate of the program to share insights on the current trends in corporate wellness and what to expect in the future.

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The Future of Corporate Wellness: An Interview with Graduates of the Corporate Certified Wellness Specialist Program

The Corporate Wellness Magazine sat with a recent graduate of the Corporate Certified Wellness Specialist program, Michelle Lauren.

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“Wellness Programs Need to be Data-Driven and Measurable” - CCWS Graduate, Susan Van Hoosen Discusses the Future of Wellness with Corporate Wellness Magazine

CWM recently met with one of the graduates of the program, Susan Van Hoosen, to discuss the seismic shift disrupting the corporate wellness industry and what the future holds.

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Corporate Wellness Magazine Talks Wellness Disruptions with Mary Toland Shaw, CCWS Graduate and Leading Health Coach

In this interview, CWM speaks with Mary Toland Shaw, a leading health coach and a recent graduate of the CCWS about the future of corporate wellness.

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Workplace Wellness and Your Employees: An Interview with CCWS Graduate Kendra Julien, MPH

Corporate Wellness Magazine sat down with one of the recent graduates of the program, Kendra Julien to discuss the ongoing transformation in the corporate wellness space.

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CCWS Graduate Kamilah Exum Shares Insights into How Corporate Wellness Programs must evolve in the New Normal

In this interview, CWM talks with Kamilah Exum, Principal Consultant of Exum Consulting and a graduate of the CCWS Program.

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“The Industry Needs to Push Boundaries” - Corporate Certified Wellness Specialist Program Graduate, Sahara Rose De Vore, on Corporate Wellness

The Corporate Wellness Magazine sat down with a recent graduate of the CCWS program, Sahara Rose De Vore, to learn how she has benefited from the course.

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“Both In-person and Virtual Learning Have their Roles” - Corporate Certified Wellness Specialist Program Graduate, Carol Battle

The Corporate Wellness Magazine sat with a recent graduate of the CCWS program, Carol R. Battle to talk about current trends in corporate wellness.

Musculoskeletal Disorders
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Q&A With Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman on Why AKLOS Health Is the Most Complete Physical Therapy Solution for Your Employees

At this year's Healthcare Revolution, Super Bowl LIII MVP, Julian Edelman, discussed the importance of properly treating musculoskeletal (MSK) disorders and how to manage the blend of virtual and in-person physical therapy for maximum efficacy. Read on below to learn how to approach MSK like an NFL champion.

Question: We’re seeing an enormous focus on musculoskeletal (“MSK”) solutions in the employer healthcare space, given the costs associated with pain conditions. You have a well-document history of various injuries and pain conditions that all required rehabilitation. Do you think it’s important to have convenient access to MSK care, and do you have any advice for employers looking to implement an MSK solution?

Employee Wellness
Business of Well-being

Prioritizing Employees in the New Normal

Just as coronavirus restrictions seemed to be easing up in early 2021, the American workforce faced severe disruption from what has now become known as 'The Great Resignation.' Millions of workers across the country quit their jobs and are not looking back. For most of these workers, it is time to say goodbye to their employers and to the conventional work model that has drained them for years.

According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, resignation numbers in November 2021 hit a record high of 4.5 million people, a considerable increase from the pre-pandemic level of 3.5 million people in April 2020. The reasons are the same across the board: employees are demotivated, dissatisfied, and disgruntled by how the conventional work model has made them pawns in the corporate space, growing businesses and improving the profitability of their organizations at the expense of their well-being and health.

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