During this thought-provoking webinar, you’ll learn five strategies that can provide the blueprint for a successful, sustainable wellness program. To spark lasting behavior changes in your employees or members, you need to develop a program that recognizes the unique characteristics of your population. We’ll also share strategies to get critical leadership support for your wellness program and to incorporate effective incentives. At the conclusion of the webinar, you’ll be armed with five key tools to build a company culture that radiates health and wellness. Our research shows that with the correct program in place, you can reduce absenteeism, create a vibrant culture and see happier, healthier and more productive employees.
This one-hour educational presentation based on the book, Everyday Miracles, highlights simple ways to increase your energy level (better than Yoga) and feel more vital and alive in less than15 minutes a day.
You will learn about the body’s living matrix system as it relates to the nervous system and states of emotional and physical well-being. You will learn about the seven energy centers and how they synthesize incredible amounts of knowledge to help regulate the state of your emotional, spiritual, and physical body. You will learn how to create a vision plan to increase your energy level with step-by-step energetic strategies and approaches for staying vital and alive each day.
Employers today are not immune from the costs and problems associated with substance use, misuse and abuse. Drug use today includes both alcohol and drugs (both legal and illegal). Research has shown that 75% of illicit drug users are employed and an estimated 15% of the American workforce has consumed alcohol either before or during work, or has arrived at work hung-over. This program will examine both the issue of substance abuse and how nine individual substance abuse prevention strategies can be integrated into a comprehensive worksite prevention framework and how this framework might be applied at worksites of varying sizes.
Fifteen states and the District of Columbia currently have laws permitting certain individuals legally to possess and use marijuana. How should employers handle employees who qualify for marijuana use under these statutes? Can employees be fired for the medical use of marijuana? Must an employer accommodate an employee’s use of marijuana under the Americans With Disabilities Act? What if the employer wants to make an exception to its drug free workplace policies for the medical use of marijuana? Would such an exception violate federal law? In this program, we will examine state statutes permitting medical use of marijuana and recent case law interpreting these statutes in the context of the employment relationship. We will also discuss best practices in drafting and enforcing an effective drug-free workplace policy.
There are three developments that have made communicating benefits harder than ever:
The increasing complexity of benefits, especially health benefits
The general difficulty in getting anyone's attention
The need to master multiple communications channels
Fortunately, there are new ideas and methods for communicating during the open enrollment period that will help you battle past these challenges.
This webinar will look at the thinking that lies behind successful open enrollment communication programs and shares some specific tips and techniques. Among the techniques we will explore are the use of video, social media, and “federated” creation of content. We can do better communication than ever, but we have to embrace the right tools and right mindset.
Join this session to review criminal, credit, and drug test information use trends by employers, the views of legislation around applying these results when hiring, and the anticipated next steps coming in 2012 state legislatures. We will review how companies commonly use this data today, the rules of engagement that apply, and discuss if this data translates into a more qualified candidate now than in years past.