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Reward Based Safety and Wellness Programs Can Save Money

Topic:
Reward Based Safety and Wellness Programs Can Save Money
Date:
October 30, 2012 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Edward Shulkin, President(GiftCard Partners, Inc.)
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Description
In this session we will track the growth of Health Care Costs in Corporate America. We will demonstrate the impact rising costs and employee behavior have on profits and why it is a corporate problem. We will then show how employee life style choices not only affect direct health care costs such as premiums, but also how they produce absenteeism which affects morale, engagement, and the general work environment. We will show some simple life style suggestions any employer can safely make and then review model Wellness Programs detailing the steps an organization should take to implement such programs, and the benefits a well designed program can bring to the bottom line. We will review case studies supporting the ROI of Reward Based Programs and discuss several award choices. Finally we will discuss Federally Funded Grants and their application.
We will review the HIPPS compliance considerations and discuss the features of the 2014 Federal Government Grant Program which could have a significant impact on SMB employyes.
This program will be of help to the Human Resource Executive currently struggling with how to justify the implementation of a Reward Based Wellness Program to management . It will be of particular help to SMB owners or executives of companies with fewer than 100 employees who are in the thinking stages of implementation and need resources and data to move their thinking along. Lastly, it will be of help to those executives currently administering Reward Based Wellness Programs who need up to date data and against which to compare their own results.
Who Should Participate
Any HR Professional.
What You Will Learn
  • The impact rising health care costs and employee behavior have on profits.
  • How employee life style choices produce absenteeism which affects morale, engagement, and the general work environment.
  • Tactics and strategies you can employ quickly to launch a Reward Based Wellness Program within in your organization.
Recommended Resources
“Putting Human Back in Human Resources: HR's Role in Employee Wellness” ,Keas, www.keas,com “Employee Wellness Incentive Programs: Why They Matter”, www.infinitehealthcoach.com/employee-wellness-incentive-programs.html. FAQs About The HIPAA Nondiscrimination Requirements, http://www.dol.gov/.
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Benefits
Healthcare Legislation and Compliance
HIPAA
Work-Life Programs and Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs)
Healthcare/Wellness
Employee Wellness
Rewards and Recognition
Benefits - Cost Containment, Audits and Legal Risks
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GiftCard Partners, Inc.

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