October 20, 2016

Top Wellness Program Components

Here’s an informative article on wellness from our partner, United Benefit Advisors (UBA) by Jennifer Jones While wellness programs and offerings continue to evolve among new trends […]
May 11, 2016

Moving from Employee Wellness to Employee Well-Being

Traditionally speaking, employee “wellness” programs have primarily focused on just physical health. Whereas employee “well-being” programs emphasize emotional, mental, social, and financial health in addition to physical health.
September 9, 2014

Are e-cigarettes friend or foe to employee wellness?

As the gap widens on whether e-cigarettes are part of the solution or still part of the greater problem of employee smoking cessation, their popularity is still on the rise.
March 24, 2014

Ease into Spring Workouts

In a Reuters news story, people who are eager to step outside to exercise at the first sign of spring should be cautious. Read more as to why even the most fit should consider a brief "thawing" period to safely transition and adjust their bodies to outdoor exercise.
December 5, 2013

Obesity drives up workers’ comp claims

Obese employees make more workers’ comp claims, and they make costlier ones than non-obese employees. Read full article here
November 15, 2013

6 wellness tips for flu prevention

The flu costs businesses approximately $10.4 billion in direct costs. Minimize employee sick days and slow the spread of illness by communicating best practices in wellness and nutrition.