Discover how to lose guilt and feel better easily through using the groundbreaking Active Energy System. In this talk Adam Shaw explains the role of guilt in wellbeing and how it can inhibit health and wellbeing. If you want to feel better easily, lose guilt and learn a system that can make you and those who you know feel better easily then this event will show you how.
Through a set of steps that you can do as you walk it is possible to easily increase your wellbeing, energy and motivation easily and effortlessly, saving you time and eradicating the need to find extra time for gyms, diets and strenuous exercise routines.
You've spent countless hours choosing the right medical plan for your company and your employees – now what other attractive options can you bring to your employees to reduce absenteeism, retain top performing employees and attract the best of the best? Non-insurance products and telehealth services provide consumers with choices designed to spend less of their hard-earned benefit dollars. Help your employees fully maximize their healthcare spending by providing these low cost consumerism programs.
Implementing products such as telehealth, medical bill saver and medical health advisor can help your employees and your organization save time and money as well as teach your employees how to be better healthcare consumers.
Greg Schlatter, EVP Business Development at New Benefits, will speak about how non-insurance products and telehealth services can fill that gap for your organization.
Corporate Wellness is becoming vastly accepted as one benefit you can't afford to do without. How do you know if you have a comprehensive program and what is on the horizon within this aggressively changing industry?
Our class is designed to educate you on how to incorporate Customized Care Plans and Building a Wellness and Health Promotion Network to create an evidence- based wellness program. Bringing in individualized and customized tools ; designed with the human touch in mind can ensure that your wellness program is also Productivity Insurance.
We also take a look at other ROI factors beyond controlling healthcare costs to motivate additional tracking and planning within a wellness committee. We will discuss an example of a Diabetic Employee and their potential costs on a company (well beyond healthcare costs) in comparison to a healthy employee.
Understand what diseases and disease symptoms are quickly becoming the latest expenses in the healthcare world and how you can insure you are screening for these potential claims.
Learn how providers can customize, create, and track an employee care plan, as well as build a CAM network to assist your higher risk employees.
Employers are in dire need of talented professionals who can thrive in an increasingly connected global economy. Online education can prove to be an invaluable training ground for collaboration and communication across borders and time zones. Discover how online learning can dramatically transform learning and development at your organization. Did you know that 31% of higher education students take at least one course online, and 20% of all continuing education enrollment are for online courses? Join us for the “Demystifying Online Learning for Today’s Global Workforce” webinar to discover the latest trends in online learning, and the benefits it will bring to your team and organization.
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This session will take a unique look at how organizations are using employee assistance programs in creative ways to maintain and improve employee productivity throughout organizational changes and challenges. Whether an organization is facing demographic changes, restructuring, leadership and management transitions or pressure on work-life balance, a strategic employee assistance program (EAP) can help stem disability and absenteeism costs while maintaining employee productivity and performance. In this session, “real life” examples of how employers proactively manage employee health and well-being through their EAP, as well as best practices in integrating benefits to achieve maximum effectiveness, will be highlighted, along with best practices for vendor management.
Occupational injury and illness incidents in health care and social assistance have been known to account for 1 out of 5 incidents in private industry. Improve your posture and prevent the pain and strain of all day working with these simple tips that can be applied immediately. Education on the movements that can cause discomfort or pain and recommended strategies to use can prevent issues from arising and relieving some present symptoms. Improve your posture and prevent the pain and strain of all day working with these simple tips that can be applied immediately. The goal is to maintain efficiency and prevent injury from developing when long periods of repetitive type movements have to be performed. By implementing simple techniques with education, fewer complaints can be the result.
Most wellness models usually depict wellness as having multiple domains or components. An examination of many, if not all, of these models depicts the model as having a mental, psychological or emotional health domain or component. Despite this, most worksite wellness programs today focus exclusively on physical health, completely neglecting the other domains. The ironic fact is that significant employer expense arises both directly and indirectly from mental health and substance use issues. This session will introduce attendees to the concept of workplace mental health promotion, a great companion approach to the more traditional workplace health promotion already very much in use today.
While most corporate wellness programs focus on awareness building, they create interest, without changing behavior. Behaviour modification can only be effective if it focuses on the mental, physical and emotional side of an individual. By incorporating all those elements and rolling out a comprehensive wellness program, companies can realize not only a big improvement in employee’s morale, but also in their bottom line.
For wellness programs to effective, it is vital that upper management buys in. Not only must they buy in but they must participate in the program – leading by example.
When employees are healthy, they are happier, more productive at work at take less sick days, and use fewer benefits.
Come learn about Reward Based Wellness Programs and how they can help reduce costs. Find out what others are doing to incent behavioral change in employees and how these changes benefit not only the individual employee but the organization as a whole. Learn tactics and strategies you can employ quickly to launch a program within in your organization.
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.
Be Well To Do Well: An Integrated Health Model for Individuals and Organizations
In most organizations, over 50% of the total healthcare costs are due to presenteeism, which is the loss of productivity due to a health related issue. Your employees may be showing up for work, but are they functioning at an optimal level committing their best energy to their work or are they functioning at a diminished capacity because of high stress, physical inactivity, poor nutrition, or inadequate sleep?
In this session, we’ll explore the compelling case for employee health and well-being as a strategic business imperative for employee engagement and sustainable competitive advantage. We’ll examine:
1) The spiraling costs of poor health to individuals and organizations and the demographic trends driving the cost increase
2) The critical importance of nurturing the whole person for optimal performance and personal fulfillment
3) An Integrated Health Model which identifies the 10 key areas necessary for well-being in mind, body, and spirit
4) How to get started on an employee health initiative in your company
In this era of global competition, organizations need each person functioning at his or her best. When team members are healthy and well, the result is reduced benefits cost, increased innovation, creative problem solving, retention of top talent, and a winning culture where people are well, so they do well.