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Your Headaches Aren’t Caused By What You Think

By Dr.Alex Ritza & Ben Walker - in Case Study

I know you might think that chocolate, wine, stress, bad posture or another factor might cause your headaches but I can guarantee that they are not the cause! First, however, a little science before I tell you about Jackie. Consider the importance of knowing…

Workers at Faith Technology are healthier and more active, this case study shows you how.

Empowering the Power Workers – Faith Technology Case Study

by Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Others

With 15 locations across six states with a total of 2,050 employees, Menasha, Wisconsin-based electrical contractors Faith Technologies counts on its “Wellness Chargers” in its company-wide corporate wellness program to increase participation and…

Metabolic Syndrome is an under treated condition in corporate wellness programs.

Managing Metabolic Syndrome is a Delicious Boost to ROI

by Alison Acerra R.D. - in Others

When I made my way west after graduate school and arrived as a nutrition consultant at a high profile Silicon Valley tech company, I was stunned to discover that for such an educated, seemingly well-informed workforce, rates of Metabolic Syndrome (MetS)…

Employees fail in wellness because they are not engaged, and not excited. Learn how to correct these problems in this article.

Why Employees Fail in Wellness

by Raphael Calzadilla - in Others

Sometimes it takes a pair of fresh eyes with a different perspective to see what’s working and what’s not in a corporate wellness program. HR Directors work feverishly hard to bring in the best possible wellness programs to their employees, but they can…

When teachers are healthy, test scores go up!

When Teachers are Healthy Students do Better

by Les C. Meyer - in Others

From the boardroom to the classroom, Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) have learned and implemented game-changing lessons about how teacher health affects their attendance, morale and performance evaluations. Perhaps even more noteworthy is the correlation…

Normal Illinois had more than a normal health problem on their hands.

Making the Case for Normal

by Thomas Bognanno - in Others

Normal, Illinois—larger than a village but smaller than a city. With its Middle American charm and an award for being one of the top ten towns in the Midwest for Millennials to work, Normal is a small-town success. But, Normal still experiences the same…

Bruce Broussard, CEO of Humana, know that wellness can affect businesses large and small, even his own.

Humana Revs Up Workplace Team-Based Activities

by Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Others

Corporate Wellness Magazine interviewed health insurer giant Humana about its goals of healthcare delivery within a revolutionized industry. Humana CEO Bruce Broussard provides insight how the company plans to surpass its objectives--and how all employees,…

Energy management is a crucial part managing human performance.

What GlaxoSmithKline Discovered About Using Energy as a Wellness Tool

by Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Others

Energy. noun en・er・gy \ˈe-nər-jē\ Energy is the physical or mental ability that allows an individual to do something. GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), headquartered in Brentford, London and one of the largest health care companies in the world with 100,000 employees…

Case studies looking into the corporate wellness programs of Lam Research, Royal Caribbean Cruises and Western Reserve Hospital

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

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Case Study

Case Study 1 - Lam Research Lam Research is an American multinational corporation operating in Austria, South Korea, Taiwan and the United States and designs, manufactures and services semiconductor equipment to create integrated circuits. Located in Fremont, California,…

Productivity falls when bugs go around the office. Follow these tips to keep employees healthy.

Local and International Disease Threats: How to Secure the Corporate Workplace

Melissa Dudley - in Others

A proactive approach to local and international disease threats is an essential safeguard to business productivity. Human capital is arguably worth more to a business than tangible assets because it is often the key competitive advantage that distinguishes…

Human energy management at the Breakers Palm Beach

The Breakers Palm Beach Case Study

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Others

For The Breakers Palm Beach, the wellbeing and fulfillment of its 2,000 team members are top priority. This independent, family-owned resort makes an unprecedented investment in that commitment, to empower its staff with the tools and resources to enrich their…

A woman leaping into the air at the beach.

Moving Employee Health Into Action

Tanja Madsen - in Column

It wasn’t too long ago that C. Everett Koop, former U.S. surgeon general, challenged Americans to "create a smoke-free society in the United States by the year 2000."1 Boeing Co. stepped up to the challenge in 1984 and became the largest U.S. company to…

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