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Do you know what a strong Fatigue Management Strategy (FMS) looks like? If you answered happier employees, you would be wrong. Quick level set: what is Fatigue Management? In the simplest terms, Fatigue Management is a collection of policies and practices designed to prevent employee fatigue caused by working too much. This webinar is going to set the stage by defining what a Fatigue Management Strategy looks like, why there is a need and more importantly, we’ll discuss how you can implement a Fatigue Management Strategy. Approaching Fatigue Management strategically empowers a hospital to improve nurse safety and ability to deliver superior patient care.
Date: May 14 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Chris Flanders
Axsium Group Inc

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Axsium Group Inc
 
Standalone Webcast
While many organizations offer employee assistance programs, employees don’t often use these helpful resources. U.S. Bank’s Sandi Boller shares how her organization has successfully transformed employees’ EAP awareness, perception and utilization. During this webinar, Sandi will share the four strategies U.S. Bank uses to drive usage of their EAP, Ceridian LifeWorks. These strategies include engaging leaders, leveraging numerous communication channels (especially their intranet), promoting phone consultations, and focusing messages on convenience and tangible savings. Sandi will also provide examples of these strategies so that you can learn from U.S. Bank’s impressive results – a 185 percent increase in EAP utilization! At the conclusion of the webinar, you’ll have great ideas for tactics you can apply to improve your organization’s use and benefit from employee assistance programs. * Please note that this webcast doesn't qualify for HRCI credits.
Date: May 15 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Sandi Boller
US Bank

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Ceridian Corporation
 
Virtual Conference Webcast
Population Health Management is a technology-enabled business strategy that tackles the challenge of controlling healthcare cost and improving the overall health of employees. Effective engagement is a key factor in an employer-sponsored population healthcare management strategy, and shows how combining targeted “high touch” R.N. nurse health coaching with high-tech automation and digital tools can facilitate the process of mitigating healthcare costs by promoting health.

By leveraging powerful analytics, employers are able to identify in advance potential, future costly health risks and take steps to engage employees in care management and lifestyle health programs before major health events occur.

While the ability to bring about behavior change is a significant challenge, Population Health Management an result in higher engagement rates and measurable changes in better health outcomes at lower cost.

Date: Jun 11 2014
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Ray Williams
The Gray Group, LLC

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The Gray Group, LLC
 
Virtual Conference Webcast
Take a step back and ask yourself the following questions: Do your employees find it challenging to remember clients’ names and phone numbers? Are they having trouble focusing in meetings or listening to the instructions being given? Despite being smart, experienced and dedicated employees can’t always perform as well as you and they would like.

There are seven key cognitive skills we all need and use to focus, think, prioritize, plan, understand, visualize, remember, and create useful associations, & solve problems. When cognitive skills are weak, they may show up as disorganization, difficulty prioritizing, planning, problem-solving, forgetfulness, slow work, time-management issues, difficulty sustaining attention, & multi-tasking, feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, anxious.

In an effort to address employee efficiency and well-being, many companies are incorporating a variety of physical wellness programs. But what is missing, for the most part, is a brain fitness or wellness program. It’s not just physical anymore! Total fitness includes physical, mental, and emotional components.

Learn what the key cognitive skills are, how peak performance in the workplace relies on the strength of these skills, and ways to maximize these skills in the workplace and in life.

Date: Jun 11 2014
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Shelley Pazer
LearningRx

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LearningRx
 
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Does your business have a strategy for employee wellness? From promoting health and wellness through outcome based incentives to offering employees an opportunity to join a company wellness program -- a healthy workforce is a business priority that many companies are embracing. Today’s corporate wellness model integrates a mix of components that include technology, incentives, competition, support, guidance, social media and more. This presentation will discuss why employee wellness programs have become a strategic business driver for many companies and how to create and implement engaging and sustainable programs. Attendees also will learn why well designed wellness programs can ultimately reduce healthcare costs, lower absenteeism, increase productivity and improve overall employee health and wellbeing. Case studies and ROI will be highlighted.
Date: Jun 11 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Dave Monahan
FitLinxx

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FitLinxx
 
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In today’s challenging economy, companies have cut their wellness program budgets. To help wellness coordinators and benefits managers make budgets go further, this presentation describes activities and resources that are either free or can be provided for a minimal amount of money. The strategies address numerous subject areas and can help your organization create a culture of health, enhance employee fitness, practice good nutrition, relieve workplace stress, promote tobacco cessation, help employees become wiser consumers and enhance employee motivation, participation and empowerment. If you leave this presentation with just one new programming idea, it will be worth your time to attend.
Date: Jun 11 2014
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Don Powell
American Institute For Preventive Medicine

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American Institute For Preventive Medicine
 
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Two of the hottest topics in HR today is Talent retention (and acquisition), and how to have a healthy, vibrant and productive workplace. The challenge with both is how to grow as an organization with your best and brightest, whilst ensuring the constant threats of staff burn out and hiring are managed effectively!

In this session, you will be shown how to implement a workplace health and wellness program that can be designed to increase employee morale, improve workplace productivity, and help you find and develop your 'super culture’ which can be used when recruiting for new talent!

In this session we will answer how we can retain my Talented employees whilst simultaneously increasing the productivity of my workplace, help find your 'super culture', and how to attract Talent from other organizations using a Health and Wellness program.

Date: Jun 12 2014
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Rich Farrell
Core Health Dynamics

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Core Health Dynamics
 
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You have high standards for everything you pursue. Unfortunately, while you believe in the idea of an employee wellness program and agree it’s important to help your employee team members to help improve their health, wellness (and frankly – their lives), it’s not working. Your employee wellness program is falling short of your expectations, and you’re looking to correct it quickly and immediately.

In this program, attendees will learn about the 5 primary reasons most wellness programs are falling short of expectations. You will learn to diagnose the missing (or misdirected) critical elements that must be present as part of an effective employee wellness program strategy for expected outcomes to occur. However, we won’t stop there. You’ll also learn the key steps that will correct the problems, without a significant addition to your workload. If employee wellness is important to you and your organization, do not miss out on this event.

Date: Jun 12 2014
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Brad Cooper
US Corporate Wellness, Inc.

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US Corporate Wellness, Inc.
 
Virtual Conference Webcast
If you love learning about what makes human beings tick, how to optimize human potential and wellbeing and the latest breakthroughs in neuroscience, you will not want to miss this presentation.

· Learn why so little higher brain potential is used and how this can be reversed.

· See an unusual and amazing demonstration of a breakthrough neuroscience method that energizes higher brain potential and releases lifelong stress.

· Learn how sustainable change in all dimensions of life is created through new neuropathways.

· Gain insight into how this leads to empowered and authentic living.

· Learn many powerful insights with great take-home value.

The applications in the IHR Product Roadmap for Employee Wellness are obvious and will be discussed.

Date: Jun 12 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Craig Polsfuss
AWAKEN Higher Brain Living-Northeast Arts District

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AWAKEN Higher Brain Living-Northeast Arts District
 
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Smoking poses an expensive problem in our business community where employers spend $157 billion annually to cover costs of workman’s compensation, lost productivity, insurance payments and more. But why should tobacco remain the number one killer in our society and how can human resource professionals move beyond frustration with their employees who smoke? Can we rely on new technologies to help our employees quit? Or are e-cigarettes the answer? If you have wondered about how to motivate your staff and whether any smoking cessation strategies are actually effective, join this seminar as we explore the addictive nature of tobacco; the evidence-based methods, policies and medications that reduce tobacco dependence; and the emerging trends that may hold hope for millions of smokers.
Date: Jun 12 2014
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Cheryl Yates
Reading Hospital - Reading Health System

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Reading Hospital - Reading Health System
 
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