With health care cost reductions increasingly tied to wellness programs, how can benefits administrators best evaluate a corporate wellness program?
As more people look for new jobs in the new year, among the many areas employees should investigate with potential
As more health care plans include cost reductions for wellness — employees receiving financial incentives to keep themselves fit —
“Over the course of a year, an employer can expect to spend $10,500 per employee in health care costs, a
Michelle Hicks: “Whenever I work with an employer to promote its wellness offerings, one of the first topics we discuss
“States across the country are turning to the wellness programs as a way to encourage public employees to more actively
Bloomberg: “Over the last decade or so, companies have been looking to ‘do well by doing good’ with their health-care
Idaho Business Review: “Poor employee health costs money. Absenteeism, disability and reduced work output all take a toll, personally and
A new study found that wellness programs in the workplace help cut health care costs and reduce hospital admissions for
“A new campaign aimed at inspiring wellness in the workplace kicked off this week in Charleston,” the Charleston Daily Mail
Another argument for creating incentives — and opportunities — for employees to exercise: A Gallup analysis found that “for U.S.
The editors of the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index chose their “top 10 most important findings” from the year. Four of the top 10 are