A Simple Strategy to Avoid the Cold and Flu Season Crisis in Your Workplace – and Save Your Company Big-Time Money

Imagine heading into a year-end meeting with management and trying to explain how you could have easily and inexpensively saved the organization significantly, but because you didn’t educate and prepare employees for the cold and flu season, productivity – and as a result, profits – plummeted. How do you think your report to the powers-that-be…

A Healthy Wellness Program Needs a Dose of Creativity and Community More than Capital

If your idea of a well-run, effective wellness program requires big bucks to fund enticing incentives to participate in screenings and appraisals, you’re behind the times. The future of successful wellness programs relies on non-clinical, creative, and fun ideas, and human interaction. For years – ok, decades – many wellness programs have used extrinsic rewards…

Take a ‘Divide and Conquer’ Approach to Wellness Program Committee Responsibilities

Many companies tap employees to volunteer on their organizations’ wellness program committees. In addition to their primary job responsibilities, these willing individuals give of their time and talents to provide their co-workers with the health and wellness information and resources they need. To make sure your wellness program committee is effective and efficient, you may…