Corporate Wellness Programs
August 25, 2015
Taking Action to Improve Your Health, Right for You, Right for Your Employer
Join The Balancing Act as we talk corporate wellness programs. Wellness has become not only a personal priority for many Americans but increasingly a larger part of U.S. company’s corporate social responsibility and employee focus. A good wellness program can have positive outcomes including: reducing employer healthcare costs, increasing productivity, and decreasing absenteeism. A workplace culture that promotes healthy lifestyles leads to sustainable behavior change, which leads to health improvements, costs savings and improved productivity Wellness and biometric experts, Henry E. Dubois, CEO of Hooper Holmes, a company specializing in biometric screening and corporate wellness solutions, and Dr. Neil Gordon, Hooper Holmes Medical Director, add to the lively and informative discussion. Find out how to better manage your health, insurance costs and work-place efficiencies.
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