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Employees examining health data to determine if their wellness program is effective.

Does Corporate Wellness Work? A Global Perspective on Workplace Health Promotion

Wolf Kirsten - in Worksite Wellness

A recent editorial in the American Journal of Health Promotion by Michael O’Donnell titled Does Workplace Health Promotion Work or Not?

Charts showing the growth of wellness ROI at this company.

Wellness ROI: A Big Business

Archana Kansagra - in Economics

An increasing number of employers understand the advantages of wellness programs (especially the

An business meeting where a disengaged employee is asleep.

Engaging Wellness for your Organization

Mark Roberts - in Worksite Wellness

The big buzz in employee healthcare for the past two years has been, and continues to be, wellness. The focus on that topic has been almost relentless

Health Promotion versus Disease Management

Health Promotion versus Disease Management: A Corporate Lifestyle Approach

Dr. David Koivuranta - in Worksite Wellness

Have you ever wanted more time? More time to get things done and more time for you to live life? Just having an extra hour in the day or an extra day in the week would make life a bit easier wouldn’t it?

A picture of an apple with a tape measurer around it, and barbells with the word "Is Your Organization a Healthy Enterprise?"

Is Your Organization a Healthy Enterprise?

Steven Cyboran - in Worksite Wellness

A major, but often unrecognized, factor underlying most employers’

Applying Best Practices to Study the Impact of Health Promotion Programs Benefit Costs

The establishment of the health risk appraisal and advent of corporate fitness centers more than 20 years ago was the beginning of worksite health promotion as we know it today.

A smiling doctor, with a happy family in the background getting their wellness test results.

Baseline Testing in Corporate Wellness Programs Offers Better Results

Maureen Young - in Worksite Wellness

Many corporate wellness programs include incentives for exercise, nutrition and weight loss goals that promote a proactive attitude toward health.

A computer keyboard, but instead of a return key it has a green key that reads "health"

Wellness Services can be Free or Low-cost, Thanks to the Internet

Mary Hartley - in Worksite Wellness

Among the many provisions in the controversial health care reform law are the wellness and health promotion initiatives

Changes in the wellness industry are causing growth in both program design and ROI

Outcomes, Innovation and Reliable Measures Fuel Growth of Wellness

Tracey Moorhead - in Worksite Wellness

Corporate wellness programs continue to proliferate, driven by increasing recognition of their benefits to employee health and productivity, as well as cost control

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Making Worksite Wellness Work During a Zero Budget Time

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Worksite Wellness

Worksite Health Promotion Programs have steadily increased in popularity in recent years

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