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With proper planning and management, like this expense report, wellness programs can make a difference in your company's bottom line.

Activate Wellness Programs to Achieve Key Workforce, Bottom-Line Objectives

Audrey Boone Tillman - in Worksite Wellness

In today’s changing economic climate, companies are always looking for ways to balance financial responsibility and keeping employees happy in the workplace

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Creating a Culture of Wellness with Employee Outreach and Social Media

Scott Leavitt - in Others

As more and more companies start to implement wellness programs to address the continued rise in health care costs and the need for healthier employees.

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Spread the Health

Traci Kubisiak - in Worksite Wellness

Give me 15 seconds and some hand sanitizer and I feel like I have done something

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Improving Well-Being at Work: Make It Social

Chris Cartter - in Worksite Wellness

Increasingly, organizations are using technology to improve the delivery and effectiveness

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Five Trends Shaping Health and Wellness at the Workplace

Jennifer Patel - in Worksite Wellness

Corporate wellness programs are a recent mega-trend impacting businesses of all sizes. Businesses are integrating wellness strategies to create an...

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Using Social Media for Health Care

Mark Roberts - in News & Insights

Everyone today in business is aware of the effects that social media has on business, especially if you are under the age of 30. If you are not taking advantage of web media sources like YouTube,

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Wellness Mentoring is Your Company’s Competitive Advantage

Dr. Wayne Weiner - in Worksite Wellness

There is an old Chinese proverb that states, “No matter how far you've walked down the wrong road, stop!” It is time for companies to stop squandering away their competitive resources and true business advantage.

Social networking makes wellness programs more fun for employees

Using Social Networking to Power Your Employee Wellness Program

Rajiv Kumar - in Worksite Wellness

For a myriad of reasons, it’s now crystal clear that social networking has gone mainstream. The 35+ age group is the fastest growing demographic online and Facebook now has 350 million

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Corporate Wellness and the Role of Chronic Disease Monitoring

Chris Stakutis - in Focused

While statistics may vary, in a typical modern company about 12 percent of their population is Type-II diabetic and upwards of 20 percent suffer from other chronic diseases such as hypertension

A stressed out employee with his head in his hands and a pile of paperwork next to him.

Cultural Stress: A Modern Threat to Health

Howard Murad - in Others

Cultural Stress is a new type of stress that is superimposed on the normal stresses of everyday life. From the advent of the digital revolution in the 1980s, to increased population and affluence,

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The Home Social Networks Help Employees See Health as a Top Priority

Colleen Reilly - in Others

It was Walking Wednesday, part of an integrated workplace wellness program that encourages employees to take an active walk outside during their lunch hour. Trouble

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