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Roleo: An Inventor’s Journey from Concept to Product

Paul Kleiman - in Selling & Marketing

If you have an idea for a wellness product but no idea how to make it a reality, you’re not alone. People have great ideas every day. A tiny percentage makes it to consumers. Going from concept to marketplace isn’t for the faint of heart. Yet, because…

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The Bottom Line on Wellness

Sue Parks - in News & Insights

The Bottom Line The success of a wellness program, in terms of changed behavior and the bottom line, hinges on integrating all planning, activities and efforts into one vibrant, measurable initiative. A key requirement of this integration and the development…

Elevating Safety Performance by Integrating Wellness: A Construction Case Study

Lise Kafka - in Worksite Wellness

Over the last twenty years, ergonomists and safety professionals have been highly successful in reducing the frequency and severity of workplace injuries across several industries. Though the employee front observed marked success, safety and human resources…

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Transforming a Traditional Occupational Health Center into a Total Employee Health Cost Containment Center

Jonathan Spero, M.D - in Others

So let’s say you are the CFO for a manufacturing company and have had an onsite occupational health

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Addiction and the Workplace: Improving Employees’ Access to Treatment

Phillip Greer - in Others

Substance abuse has a profoundly negative effect on the workplace in terms of decreased productivity

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Wellness ROI: A Big Business

Archana Kansagra - in Economics

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

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12 Tips to Implement an Effective Employee Health Program

Debroah McKeever - in Others

As healthcare costs rise, employers are becoming increasingly involved in employee health and wellness.

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Corporate Wellness – Finding the Right Prescription for Reducing Healthcare Costs

Without question, escalating healthcare costs have been a heavy burden for American businesses

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Music Wellness Programs: Merging Self-Responsible Strategies

Judith Pinkerton - in News & Insights

Noted cellular biologist Dr. Bruce Lipton reports that over 95 percent of all disease-related ailments in this country are created by stress.

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The Implications of Acetaminophen Overdose for Injured Workers

Tron Empatage - in News & Insights

One of the most commonly used drugs to relieve pain and fever, acetaminophen is contained in a number of prescription medications and is a popular over-the-counter medication.

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Workplace Stress Strains Organizations’ Bottom Lines

Jacquelyn Ferguson, M.S. - in Worksite Wellness

Stress is the plague of our nonstop, hyper, 21st Century lifestyle.

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