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Financial Wellness

Revisiting Financial Wellness Amid the Pandemic

Business leaders now more than ever have to up their financial wellness plan to better equip workers with resources and tools to improve their financial wellbeing and, in turn, productivity. 

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February 18, 2021

COVID-19 and the workplace
COVID-19 & Corporate Wellness

Employee Engagement Strategies During COVID-19

Business owners need to pivot workplace strategies to not only safeguard employee health amid the pandemic but also enhance engagement and productivity in these unrivaled times.

Corporate Culture
Community & Spirituality

Building Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

This important metric has sparked a conversation around diversity and inclusion in the workplace, which for so long has received less attention than it required.

COVID-19
News

Vietnamese PPE Scams – Used Gloves and Condoms

A crisis brings out the best in people; unfortunately, Covid-1 9 also brought out the worst people: scammers, criminal organizations, racketeers, and individuals looking to profit off of the Pandemic. One of those criminal enterprises is Super Antibacterial Mask Medical Material Production Joint Stock Company (also known as SAM and SAM Gloves), which is owned and run by its ‘Chairman’ Mr. Hua Hong Hai, who has stolen money from clients and not delivered the products paid for. In some cases, Hai was responsible for shipping used gloves and condoms to customers instead of medical-grade nitrile gloves ordered.

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March 25, 2021

COVID-19
COVID-19 & Corporate Wellness

N95 – Ending the Pandemic in 4 Weeks

If you know of any nursing homes, assisted living centers, retirement communities, schools, or other organizations that need assistance with getting access to N95’s for only $1.00, let us know.

Burnout
Stress & Resilience

Employee Burnout Increasing During the Pandemic

Even with most employees working remotely, burnout remains anever-increasing challenge in the “new normal” of work. As a result, employeewellbeing has become a major concern for business owners in the wake of theglobal pandemic.

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January 24, 2021

COVID-19 and the workplace
Disease & Genomics

Why Indoor Transmission of COVID-19 is Remarkably High

As the outbreak continued to spread, researchers found that clusters and surges of the infection were traced to indoor gatherings.

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February 3, 2021

Law
Business of Well-being

The Impact of COVID-19 on Employment Law

More than nine months into the health crisis, many of these changes are gradually being drafted into law, as several states are revising their employment laws to reflect the needed changes to the workplace in the months and years to come.

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December 29, 2020

COVID-19 and the workplace
Mental & Behavioral Health

How COVID-19 will Disrupt Corporate Wellness

From getting pay cuts, experiencing financial stress, losing a loved one to the disease to the challenge of juggling remote work with home responsibilities, the coronavirus pandemic has taken a toll on employees’ mental and physical health.

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December 22, 2020

Benefits
Business of Well-being

The State of Employer Healthcare & Benefits Survey

Employees have now upped the ante for employer-sponsored healthcare benefits, revealing the crucial need for business owners to pay closer attention to employee health and wellness in the post-pandemic era. In a nutshell, people now want the guarantees of safety and trust now more than ever.

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December 15, 2020

COVID-19 and the workplace
Worksite Wellness

Employee Benefits in a Post-Pandemic World

Workplace benefits have been a crucial part of an employee’s compensation plan; however, the pandemic has highlighted its importance. More and more employees now consider their workplace benefits as an important component of their employment contract.

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December 22, 2020

COVID-19 and the workplace
Business of Well-being

COVID-19: Who Should Work from Home?

Employers need to factor in several considerations, including work productivity, employee health and safety needs, and local guidelines to determine who should work from home. Here are some strategies to help with this decision:

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December 7, 2020

COVID-19 and the workplace
Business of Well-being

COVID-19: Is Working from Home Working?

Although the stay-at-home restrictions have since been relaxed in many parts of the country and several workers have returned to on-site work, many employers have created long-term remote work policies to keep their staff working from home.

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December 7, 2020

wearable technology
Technology & Wearables

A Solution for your Work-From-Home Pain

What do you think about a shirt that corrects posture, soothes your muscles and nerves, and lowers inflammation across your muscles, bones, and joints?

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December 2, 2020

Data Management
Business of Well-being

COVID-19: Balancing Employee Privacy and Protection

Privacy issues arise in each phase of data management, including data collection, storage, and use. These elements pose concerns to employees and must be consistent with applicable guidance.

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November 9, 2020

Vaccinations
Worksite Wellness

Can Employers Mandate COVID-19 Vaccinations for Workers?

Consequently, employers are considering COVID-19 vaccinations for their workers as another strategy to double down on workplace safety amid the pandemic and to improve employee morale and productivity. But many employees are asking if workplace vaccinations for COVID-19 could be mandatory.

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November 4, 2020

COVID-19
Worksite Wellness

Simple Strategies to Curb COVID-19 Transmission in the Workplace

A lot of uncertainties and anxieties have marked the workplace for much of the year. Businesses are beginning to reopen, and tensions are high. Therefore, employers must consider short-term and long-term strategies to safeguard the workplace and protect workers amid this global health threat. 

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October 21, 2020

COVID-19 and the workplace
Mental & Behavioral Health

COVID-19 and Mental Health in the Workplace

The lack of physical contact with our friends and loved ones, loss of employment and pay cuts, and the death of loved ones - all of which marked the health crisis - have heightened stress for millions of Americans.

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October 6, 2020

Workplace Stress
Disease & Genomics

Workplace Strategies to Combat Pandemic-Related Stress

Employers need to adopt the following strategies to lessen workplace stress and make work a little more fun amid the global health crisis.

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September 29, 2020

COVID-19 and the workplace
Worksite Wellness

Defining the New Normal: Redesigning the Workplace Post-COVID-19

The workplace of the future is not just one that optimizes productivity but also one designed to safeguard employee health

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September 16, 2020

COVID-19 and the workplace
Worksite Wellness

To Test or Not to Test: COVID-19 Test Guidance for Employers

For many employees, the first hurdle to ensure a safe workplace is identifying at-risk workers and isolating them from the rest of the workforce. Here is where the question of testing arises.

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September 21, 2020

Business of Well-being

Is Certification the New University?

The craze for career in corporate health and wellness is witnessing a strong hold in the field of corporate health. Students earning as much money and promotion as those having a university degree in health and wellbeing certification course.

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March 21, 2018

Smart Building
Worksite Wellness

Smart Buildings: Merging Tech and Design for Workplace Wellness

The future of work is employee-centric and the rise of the smart buildings typify that. Employees will no longer be made to fit into predesigned worksites, but, contrarily, workspaces will be crafted to adjust to our needs and optimize our performance.

Business of Well-being

A Day in the Life of A Wellness Director

I had an interview with the Wellness Director Robin Parsons, she said she was always a health enthusiast gifted by her parents. She received coaching designation, sports/fitness certification and then went on to get certified as Corporate Wellness Specialist.

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February 28, 2017

Business of Well-being

How Can HR Help the #MeToo Movement?

With a rise in #MeToo movement, many corporate and businesses are improve their existing sexual harassment policies. Sexual harassment can hostile work environment, jeopardizes the victim's emotional and mental health, and creates anxiety and stress.

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January 17, 2018

Business of Well-being

Is Certification the New University?

When I speak with participants, I learn a lot about what we have done correctly, and what it is that needs improvement. The exciting growth we see because of our personal commitment to each and every participant is so fulfilling.

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August 16, 2017

Business of Well-being

Interview with a Wellness Manager, Sapoznik Insurance

A consultant needs to develop a relationship with their client, wellness vendor, health insurer, and product provider. Planning activities in advance, setting lofty goals and preparing a marketing strategy to engage employees for each employer-client.

Technology & Wearables

Powerful Women in Corporate Wellness - Tory Burch

As wellness and strength go hand-in-hand, what do strong women of the nation offer to the world of wellness? Women who with dogged determination engage their priority wheel-those facets of their lives that synch themselves with the people.

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March 15, 2016

Sun
Worksite Wellness

Sun Safety in the Workplace

The sun not only lights up our world, but it also lights up our bodies with several health benefits. However, there’s a dark side to the rays of sunlight that fall on our bodies, and it is responsible for thousands of deaths yearly.

Workplace Stress
Stress & Resilience

Burnout: A Growing Mental Health Crisis Employers Are Regrettably Dismissing.

The onus lies on employers and executives to prioritize mental health wellness in the workplace. It begins from here. Only then will this crisis begin to fizzle out and work cease from being a race against one’s mental wellbeing

Business of Well-being

Humana Revs Up Workplace Team-Based Activities

Corporate Wellness magazine interviewed health insurer giant Humana about its goals of healthcare delivery. Humana CEO Bruce Broussard provides insight how the company plans to surpass its objectives and how all employees stay healthy.

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March 15, 2016

Worksite Wellness

The Sound of Wellness: How Music Tunes Up Workplace Productivity

Given music's powerful influence over people's cognition and productivity, it may be essential for business owners and employers to rethink office design and incorporate appropriate soundscapes in the right workspaces.

Employee Wellness Month
Worksite Wellness

June is National Employee Wellness Month

This month - in its eleventh edition - the National Employee Wellness Month, once again, provides an opportunity for employers and organizations to enhance existing wellness programs and encourage their employees to adopt proactive strategies for improved physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing in the workplace.

OptumHealth
Business of Well-being

Optum Talks Wellness with Global Healthcare Resources

Corporate Wellness Magazine recently sat down with Seth Serxner, Ph.D., MPH, the chief health officer at Optum, a leading health services innovation company, talking about current wellness trends and a new Optum research study linking employee loyalty to well-being programs.

Chronic Disease
Worksite Wellness

Workplace Strategies to Prevent Chronic Disease

Chronic disease remains a leading cause of disability, death, and workplace productivity loss globally. Employers, therefore, are saddled with the responsibility of curbing this trend, by creating interventions that integrate a healthy work environment with health promotion programs aimed at changing individual health behaviors.

Eye Health
Worksite Wellness

Workplace Eye Wellness: Protect Your Vision on the Job

“Begin with safeeyes, finish with safe eyes” is a common slogan about eye safety. This cannotbe overemphasized because eyesight is one of our most important senses, theloss of which may cause significant changes in our daily lives. It remainsimperative, therefore, to keep the eyes safe in the place we spend the much ofour time – the workplace.

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April 10, 2019

Business of Well-being

Wellness to Wellbeing - The Future of the Industry

Industry professionals are discussing traits regarding the future of industry towards the shift from wellness to the wellbeing. Panelists further focus on the future of wellbeing and they would look trends to be on the lookout for and things to be done right.

Business of Well-being

The Employee Health and Wellness Program Code of Conduct

Employers assume that their wellness vendors will not harm their employees but there have been numerous examples of exactly that. Employees are harmed when vendors flout clinical guidelines to get less screening for obvious reason.

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April 11, 2017

Financial Wellness

Creating Successful Wellness Incentives: It's in the Cards

Employers are keeping their employees healthy, still, there are employers who will encourage employees to use stairs. Asking employees to hit the gym though not upgrading the equipment and putting the posters to eat healthily and green food for better health.

Business of Well-being

Senate Approves Trump FDA Pick

The US Senate confirmed Dr. Scott Gottlieb as commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration in a decision along party lines. Dr. Gottlieb is a frequent speaker and consultant to many pharmaceutical companies and has served as advisors for renowned companies.

Business of Well-being

An Employee in Motion Stays in Motion

When the Corporate Wellness Magazine staff received an opportunity to review a product that would enable to behave while working. Because we collectively sit all day at our desks unless we take turns at the standing desk or work together.

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March 15, 2016

Business of Well-being

Fitbug is Getting Fit

Some wearable companies nearly die out from rival predation, so do these companies recover and flourish in the long run. Deep in the core of the successes and failures within the wearable technology industry lies the answer.

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August 31, 2016

Technology & Wearables

What Happened to the Wellness Wearables Boom?

Wellness wearables were a hot topic of conversation with the launch of samsung gear in the year 2013 with the idea of smartwatch. At the end of the year, Forbes Magazine declared 2014 to be the year of the wearable and they were close to the mark.

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September 23, 2016

Business of Well-being

What's Ahead in Wellness for 2018? Last Year's Trends Offer Some Answers

The employee health and wellness front shows a trend shift in five fundamental strategic approach to well-being at work. Those include concept of wellness, improving access, increase budget and financial incentives and going digital.

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March 15, 2018

Business of Well-being

2014 Corporate Wellness Champions

CWM is proud to honor this year's Corporate Wellness Champions for their remarkable focus to making employees healthier and happier. CW champions can come in many different forms, from a wellness manager to employees down the hall.

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January 12, 2015

Business of Well-being

Karen Gathercole - CHRS Case Study

The CHRS certification provides human resources, insurance agents and brokers with the tool they need to ensure they are up to date. This knowledge provides designees with information that is invaluable to their company, and essential to career development.

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September 23, 2016

Business of Well-being

Coffee Does Not Cause Cancer... Or Does it?

Coffee is loved throughout the world and is considered a great remedy for reducing the chances of liver or uterine cancers. But there is a catch, like drinking hot beverages may actually lead to esophageal cancer and that's a big concern for coffee lovers.

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September 23, 2016

Business of Well-being

GE Brings Wellness to Life

We asked Jason Morgan about the company's wellness program and ROI, creating a culture and the role of incentives. He mentioned- GE Healthcare wellness program creates healthy environments like cafeterias and fitness centers, health coaching, etc.

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August 13, 2015

Business of Well-being

Cooking With Intel - How Intel Employees Keep Their Dishes Fresh

The foundation of Intel corporation's wellness program is standing on pillars like Movement, Nutrition, Mindset, and Recovery. This is a real shift from relying on the biometric-based clinical type of wellness program to a lifestyle activity-based program.

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September 21, 2016

Business of Well-being

Show Some Backbone: How You Can Support Spine Health in the Workplace

Modern working environment tend to alleviate the risk of back injury leading to pain in spine and other parts of the body. Unergonomic office chairs create undue pain and physically demanding jobs rarely teach proper walking, standing and lifting techniques.

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December 14, 2017

Business of Well-being

Walking Meetings - Taking Big Steps for Global Employee Health & Fitness Month

May is Global Employee Health & Fitness Month, and with it comes the opportunity to introduce new ideas to make healthy easier. Ideal for small team meetings, walking meetings avoid the conference room chat and take your meeting on the move.

Business of Well-being

Election Day: What Are the Candidates Plans for Healthcare?

While healthcare has not been on the forefront that it has been in the previous two elections, it's in focus lately. America's 18-month election process will be behind us at long last but before we bid goodbye to the 2016 election, let's look at the plans both candidates have in.

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November 8, 2016

Business of Well-being

Understanding Consumer Behavior Leads to Understanding Your Employees

Employees in your finance department are not the same as employees in the call center, so treating them as such may result in missed opportunities. Utilizing consumer behavior to segment your employee population could pay dividends.

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March 15, 2016

Business of Well-being

2011 Corporate Wellness Leadership Award Winners

Since its introduction in 2009, HUB International's wellness program has offered employees support for all identified health risks. The wellness program includes on and off-site wellness screenings, telephonic health coaching.

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

10 Tips For a Successful Corporate Mindfulness Program

We all come across a hectic day at work, like big assignment due date soon and that's putting enough stress on your mind. Stress is the number one healthcare problem in the American workforce, and it affects the performance, happiness, and health.

Business of Well-being

The First Executive Market Intelligence Course on Russia, the Ukraine and Kazakhstan

The MTA, with the Atlantic School of Industry and Business, has developed the first Executive Market Intelligence course. The 2-day Executive Program is divided in one on-site day in Lisbon focusing on strategic marketing for healthcare units.

Business of Well-being

Corporate Wellness Programs - What's Working, What's Not

Employee engagement is crucial to sustaining a strong wellness program and the initial goal is to reduce healthcare costs. As the goal has remained constant as the corporate wellness industry has grown over the last five years, other priorities have surfaced too.

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December 8, 2015

Business of Well-being

Corporate Wellness Wisdom: How a Woman From Springfield Massachusetts Influences Health Care

Behavioral change of an employee is what breeds a stronger return on investment that defines the success or failure of a program. Other parameters like value on investment, smiles of happy employees are what employers often use.

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September 23, 2016

Business of Well-being

Fostering Gender Equality and Diversity in the Workplace

After 50 years of arrival into the corporate workforce, women are still largely underrepresented at all workforce levels globally. As per reports, women's participation in the labor force globally has remained stagnant over the last two decades.

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November 1, 2018

Business of Well-being

What Employers Can do for World AIDS Day

December 1, 2016, is celebrated as World AIDS Day, a day that gives the world an opportunity to unite and fight against HIV. With so many people living with HIV, it is difficult for the epidemic to not affect companies and workers.

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December 1, 2016

Business of Well-being

Making the Most of Voluntary Benefit Offerings in the Employee Benefits Package

Employees are taking on more financial responsibility for their benefits, and they have more interest than ever. The challenge between employers and employees within the topic of voluntary benefits, though, resides within the voluntary benefits.

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December 8, 2015

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Romania - CHWA Chapters Advance Wellness Initiatives in Europe

Romania is the first European country to partner with the Corporate Health and Wellness Association and launches a CHWA chapter. Under the leadership of Alina Grozescu, employers in Romania will receive access to wellness education.

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December 8, 2015

Mental & Behavioral Health

Dealing with Death, Depression and Denial During the Holidays

The Holidays are an amazing time of year, but they can also be stressful, as there's the increasing intensity of work as the year ends. Adding to the intensity, the holidays are also a time that reminds us of people we have lost.

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December 7, 2016

Business of Well-being

Veteran's Day Tips for Employers: Easing Veterans' Return to Work

As Veteran Day approaches, it's time for employers to reflect on the importance of hiring veterans for the civilian workforce. Employers hire qualified veterans out of a sense of patriotism and because they tend to be diligent workers.

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November 12, 2014

Business of Well-being

Powerful Women in Wellness: Arianna Huffington

Sleep is as necessary as oxygen and water, but not everyone gets the sleep they need and it affects their productivity. It is a pillar of a healthy lifestyle and allows our bodies to regenerate to feel refreshed the next day.

Business of Well-being

Corporate Wellness Disruptors Celebrated at the Well-being 100® Awards Ceremony

The top 20 well-being professionals from various industries were honored at the Well-being 100® Awards Ceremony. Individuals are nominated from 27 categories and various cities across the US and abroad and are honored for their innovative approach.

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November 14, 2018

Business of Well-being

Beyond the Paycheck: When Does a Financial Wellness Program Make Sense?

With wages flat and health care costs rising, employees are looking to their employers for answers to ease their financial ills. Employees have an increased concern or distrust about the financial services industry and employers.

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December 8, 2015

Business of Well-being

The Next Step in Wellness Program Personalization

It's time to join JP Bewley, CEO of Big Cloud Analytics and catch him LIVE from the offices of the corporate health & wellness Association. A new tool to supercharge engagement in your wellness program with personalization.

Business of Well-being

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

Rather than pursue mergers and acquisitions as the recipe for growth, the famed Mayo Clinic is relying on the face-to-face interaction. In an ever-growing digital world, the Mayo Clinic remains people-centric and that applies to its 60,000 staffers.

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December 8, 2015

Business of Well-being

Wellness Incentives and Gilligan's Island

Drive, a book written by Daniel Pink illustrates that what motivates people, and why wellness incentives don't work. Most people love to learn things of interest to them, and you were giving them the opportunity and it has a little to do with the wellness.

Technology & Wearables

Fitbit to Acquire Pebble As Wearable Market Continues to Collapse

According to reports, Fitbit will acquire their competitor Pebble for $34-40 million, indicating the fall in the wearable device market. Pebble is famous for their record-breaking Kickstarter campaigns totaling more than $30 million.

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December 2, 2016

Business of Well-being

Employee Medical Bill Reviews: Keeping Medical Costs Low

It is no secret that healthcare costs have been rising in recent years and are projected to continue to climb for years to come. There are several vital steps your employees can take on their own to ensure that they only pay charges that are true.

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December 8, 2015

Business of Well-being

President Declares Opioid Crisis "National Public Health Emergency"

President Trump signed a memorandum ordering Secretary of Health and Human to declare America's opioid crisis, a public health emergency. A natural emergency is typically reserved for natural disasters, and the administration feel to declare it an emergency.

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October 26, 2017

Business of Well-being

Work Can be a Real Pain in the Neck

Almost all the corporate employees are familiar with the tern neck pain it mainly causes after prolong use of computer or mobile. These long hours hunched over cause muscle strain in the neck and spine.

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September 23, 2016

Business of Well-being

Prudential, Inc.: Financial Wellness and Bottom Line

Prudential Financial Inc. is a Fortune Global 500 company dealing primarily with financial services like insurance and investment. With more than 48,000 employees and total assets worth $766 billion, Prudential Financial is one of the largest corporations in the world.

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August 7, 2015

Business of Well-being

Out-of-the-Box Tips to Keep You Resolved in 2017

Everyone keeps a new year resolution but very few keep them ignited, and as per reports only 8 percent of the people maintain them. Here are a few ideas to help the newly resolved jumpstart their 2017 goals and turn aspirations into realizations.

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February 7, 2017

Business of Well-being

3 Tips in Honor of Stick to Your New Year's Resolution Day

We all make new year's resolutions, I know I do and it's at this point of the year where resolution start to fizzle out. To help with this, January 12 has been designated stick to your new year's resolution day and we offer you general tips to help you achieve your goal.

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January 12, 2017

Business of Well-being

Corporate Wellness Goes Big in Orlando

Have you analyzed what works for employers and have moved from one vendor to another to help bend your cost-curve. The corporate health and wellness association has identified the most influential employer case studies to showcase their findings.

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August 13, 2015

Business of Well-being

Preparedness against Mosquito-Borne Illnesses: Confronting this Challenge

For all the worry about mosquito-borne illnesses including Zika and West Nile Virus, it's a mistake to consider the former a problem. While treating the latter as a phenomenon exclusive to the East Coast in general.

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December 16, 2016

Fitness & Nutrition

6 Tips To Differentiate Hunger vs. Thirst

It's common to confuse thirst for hunger and if you're trying to lose weight it's important to know the difference. Confusing these two powerful cravings may cause you to consume more calories than you need and prevent you weight loss goals.

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December 9, 2016

Technology & Wearables

Wearable Devices are Coming to a Doctor Near You

Wearable fitness trackers, the fancy watches you see people wearing today, are making a splash in the corporate wellness space. Newer models can even track blood pressure, oxygen saturation in the blood and stress levels.

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September 4, 2015

Fitness & Nutrition

The Scientific Way to Lose Weight

What if you come to know that most of the existing weight loss programs are not based on good science. One of the participants in a recent weight-loss webinar remarked that she had been trying to lose weight for over 20 years.

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November 2, 2016

Business of Well-being

Empowering the Power Workers - Faith Technology Case Study

Wisconsin-based electrical contractors Faith Technologies counts on its"Wellness Chargers" in its company-wide wellness program. Also known as wellness champions, these wellness chargers act as the ambassadors for employees.

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March 15, 2016

Business of Well-being

New Avenue of Wellness for Working Pet Lovers

Employers nationwide are implementing ways to improve their employee's health inside and outside of the cubicle. Some companies around the U.S. have implemented policies that encourage employees to bring their pets to work.

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September 23, 2016

Disease & Genomics

How Precision Health is Helping Aetna Employees Prevent Chronic Disease

Aetna is committed to well-being and prevention programs that will help its employees reduce chances for chronic diseases. Efforts including the ways to reduce the risk of developing metabolic syndrome which impact the metabolic syndrome.

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February 7, 2018

Business of Well-being

The Science Behind the Benefits of Moderate Exercise

One key finding is that bouts of physical activity in 10-minute segments can help individuals achieve health benefits. The recent physical activity guidelines issued by the department are the most substantial piece of guidance that we can give Americans.

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

Should Employers Give Up on Wellness ROI?

The growth within the wellness workplace from its earliest beginnings to the current state, on ROI could fill an entire book. CWM approached Dr. Dee Edington, about the history of wellness programs and what they have in common.

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March 15, 2016

Business of Well-being

Corporate Wellness Panel Discussion - Diversity In Corporate Wellness Programs

GHR's Christina Hunting sat down with four wellness professionals and their conversation stretched from fitness to incentives. They also highlighted why one size fits all wellness programs don't work while they offer their perspective and unique insights.

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March 29, 2017

Community & Spirituality

What's the Buzz With Sound Therapy?

Soon music and sound will cure diseases and we are witnessing this prediction more relevant by the day. We have all experienced the healing power of music in our lives before like after a stressful day at work or after hardcore training at the gym.

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December 21, 2017

Business of Well-being

Powerful Tips- Soar This Year by Honoring your Body with Balance

When it comes to celebrations or any festivals, we include food along with music, dancing and these continue for days. It is safe to say food brings people together and adds to the pleasure of the occasion and that's a very good and natural thing.

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August 2, 2016

Business of Well-being

Choosing the Right Hospital: Helping Employees Avoid Potential Harm

Are your employees exposed to medical errors or perhaps even overtreatment and if so, what's your responsibility. After publishing a 223-page report called To Err is Human: the report alleged that up to 98,000 people die every year due to preventable errors.

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December 8, 2015

Business of Well-being

Build a Positive Relationship, No Matter Who You Report To

Earlier an employee's relationship with their direct supervisor was found to be one of the most influential factors. However, this dynamic has changed and the same is highlighted by Jared Lindson- even big companies are much less hierarchial and less in execution.

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November 21, 2016

Business of Well-being

The Secret Trick to Make a Difference in Health - Value Your Body

Dr. Uche Odiatu has the passion to speak to hundreds at conferences worldwide and motivate them for their own health. Like others around me, I was fascinated by Dr. Odiatu's willingness to share a bit of his personal story.

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September 23, 2016

Mental & Behavioral Health

Virtual Reality Graded Exposure Therapy: The Paradigm Shift That Can Change Our Mental Reality

Earlier the cure for social anxiety, PTSD, or even agoraphobia was tedious and required a lot of medication and time to heal. With the implementation of telemedicine, there is an improvement in more lives as mental health treatments are easy to cure.

Business of Well-being

Winning the Powerball is not the Path to Financial Wellness

People are enamored today, with dreams of quitting their jobs, paying off their mortgages and putting away money. The truth, however, is that participating in a herd mentality by choosing to make a small investment for a large payoff.

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January 14, 2016

Business of Well-being

Employer Case Studies - Lam Research, Royal Caribbean Cruses, LTD., and Western Reserve Hospital

Lam Research is an American multinational corporation operating in Austria, South Korea, Taiwan, and the United States and designs. For Lam Research, its wellness program is not geared toward creating a return on investment.

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December 8, 2015

Business of Well-being

Wellness is Prime Real Estate at Keller Williams

Managing a wellness program is not an easy game to handle and it becomes worse when the employees are spread across the globe. This obstacle is faced by AG whose associates are located in almost all continents managing a wellness program of such magnitude.

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February 7, 2018