Andrew Stephenson

Andrew Stephenson heads US Operations for HBD International, an award winning custom health and injury prevention program provider. Working in the health industry in 3 countries over the past 8 years has provided abundant educational and professional development experiences. With insight into effective practices from across the globe, Andrew is well qualified to help review your current health and productivity management approaches and indentify areas where you can add real value. HBD International is a branch of Health Design Australia who have been leaders in providing sustainable, integrated workplace programs for almost 20 years. Consistent high performers in engaging and changing work populations, they tailor programs to address Health & Wellness, Injury Prevention, High Performance or all three at once. To contact Andrew or learn more about HBD’s comprehensive approaches email info@hbdinternational.com or view the website at www.hbdinternational.com

Business of Well-being

Workplace Wellness Vendors - Key Performance Indicators

With the recent development of workplace wellness over the past decade, we have witnessed the evolution of the health industry. The best-practice and research on the efficacy of successful corporate health and wellness initiative to identify key factors.

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Andrew Stephenson

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

Could Incentives be Harming Your Health Culture?

Everyone wants a better culture of health and 68 percent CFO's strongly agreed to improve health culture was the company's goal. For many, culture is abstract, a presence felt, and culture boils down to social influence and group expectations.

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Andrew Stephenson

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

Health: The Productivity Factor

Productivity is largely a factor of an employee's desire to work, just because they have the physical capacity to do more work. Recent evidence has emerged to indicate that perhaps workplace health programs do in fact play that pivotal role.

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Andrew Stephenson

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January 29, 2014