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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 stick figure sitting on a red battery, out of energy.

Employee Energy Risk Management

Jayshree Davé - in Others

In business, a company’s most valuable asset is CASH. A lot of energy is focused on the management of cash flow by mitigating all risks that impact on this

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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.

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Employers Offering Wellness Programs and Incentives is on the Rise

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

Worksite Wellness/Corporate Wellness programs are on the rise and more and more employers are implementing

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P.O.P! Change your Perspective in the Workplace

Jared Yellin - in Others

I want to start this message by proclaiming that "LIFE IS FANTASTIC!"

A woman in awake in be in the middle of the night, unable to sleep from insomnia.

An Alarming Wake-Up Call: The Impact of Insomnia on Health and Productivity

Richard C. Bedrosian, Ph.D. - in Focused

What health problem affects nearly a third of all adults, generates increased medical costs, and results in billions dollars of lost work productivity?

A doctor speaking to a patient on a telephone.

Telemedicine, Shelter from healthcare’s perfect storm

Richard C. Bedrosian, Ph.D. - in Others

The healthcare perfect storm that has been gathering steam for the past several decades in the U.S.

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Proven Strategies that Reduce Health Care Costs

Scott Foster - in Economics

Bright Lights, Big Options: Proven Strategies that Reduce Health Care Costs

Centenarians, people who live to be 100 or over, are becoming a growing demographic in the United States.

Centenarians – Healthcare after the Age of 100

Mark Roberts - in News & Insights

To live to the century mark is a phenomenal achievement for anyone. Reaching 100 years of age signifies a fantastic life goal for both men and women.

Interview with 3 Wellness Leaders on How to Keep Your Employees out of the Doctor’s Office

Interview with 3 Wellness Leaders on How to Keep Your Employees out of the Doctor’s Office

This month I interviewed the Wellness Officer for Costco, the President and CEO of Weight Watchers International

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The Importance of Corporate Wellness

Greg Justice, MA - in News & Insights

American employers lose over 300 billion dollars of productivity annually due to illness, sick days, absenteeism and sub-par performance (“presenteeism”).

An image from the last Corporate Wellness Conference.

Corporate Wellness Conference Update

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

There is a lot of positive energy in the air for the upcoming first national employer corporate wellness conference which takes place in just a few short weeks

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