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Sit Up and Take Notice: Office Exercise Equipment Should Not Be Taken Lightly

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Features, Others

Sitting Ducks for Poor Health Is finding time to keep in shape a job in itself? Then, you might be a sitting duck for poor health. After all, experts advise at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity most days of the week to maintain good health, and…

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Wellness Starts Inside Out

Kerry Alison Wekelo - in News & Insights

Working from the Inside Out A firm’s culture takes time and energy to cultivate and works best when it comes from the inside out. The book Outside In in which Manning and Bodine discuss success stories of firms that put customers at the center of their business…

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Wellness for Small Business – It’s Possible, Stop Saying No and Start Saying Yes!

Elana Magen - in Focused

In terms of wellness, small businesses may not have the financial resources, knowledge of wellness or how to offer it to the employees, but it doesn’t mean it’s not possible, it just means their offerings just may be somewhat different than their larger…

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Engaging Wellness for your Organization

Mark Roberts - in Others

The big buzz in employee health care for the past two years has been, and continues to be, wellness.

Clear, effective communication is the best thing for health.

Maximizing Returns from Benefit Investments with Proper Communication

JJ Summerall - in Economics

“Respondents (to the survey) gave their companies the lowest marks at the most basic employee interaction level – getting employees to understand the cost and value of their health benefits.”

Cancer patients have rights too!

Understanding the Legal Rights of Working Cancer Survivors and Employees with Cancer: Part 2

Lorna Sills Katica - in Focused

*This article is the second of a two-part series on the legal rights of cancer survivors and employees with

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The Business Case for Wellness Programs

Fiona Gathright - in Economics

Powerful wellness programs educate employees about healthy choices and provide the support and

Insight into corporate wellness doesn't need to take place in a shady room with a briefcase.

Innovative Strategy Can Yield Faster, Deeper Insights into Wellness Programs

It’s no secret that budget-constrained corporate benefits departments are under increasing pressure from senior management...

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Why Can’t the Industry Just Get Along?

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

I’ll be honest with you; I am scared for our industry. It is hardly a secret that the employee benefits industry is disorganized. Sadly, things...

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Open Enrollment Effectiveness Crucial in Curbing Workers’ Costly Benefit Mistakes

Ron Agypt - in Economics

Open enrollment this year might prove to be more confusing for workers than ever before and could result in added costly mistakes when it comes to benefit decisions.

Benefits That Really Matter: What Women Want

Carrie Strigham - in Focused

A shift is taking place in workplaces across America. Women are repositioning their careers in and in the process, are looking for something different.

Assessment Tools Power Culture of Wellness and Population Health

Assessment Tools Power Culture of Wellness and Population Health

It’s easy for employers to pick low-hanging fruit from the proverbial money-saving tree by implementing cost shifting strategies and doing whatever they can to reduce vendor costs.

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