Do you have an aging or ill parent, grandparent, loved one or friend? Many people are not aware of the health care resources available in the home (wherever home may be).
Month: February 2014 Blogs
Onsite clinics have shifted from a wellness strategy for improving health to a business strategy for improving the performance of the entire company, according to Larry Boress, executive director of the National Association of Worksite Health Centers.
Retaining high-performing employees starts with wellness. And wellness starts when a company becomes focused on creating a culture that helps employees achieve success.
The absence of disease is a common definition of "wellness." But a worksite program could find that definition limiting to both its funding and its potential to produce a healthy, vibrant workforce
with lower health care costs and higher productivity.
We are surrounded by unhealthy lifestyles. Whether it is at work, at home, out with your friends, or through recreational hobbies, the culture of the environment that we spend time in dramatically affects our health behaviors. One place we spend a significant amount of time in is the workplace. So what are companies doing to create a healthier environment?
A battle is shaping up this legislative session over a proposal put forward by the Wisconsin Workers' Compensation Advisory Council. The proposal would create a fee schedule for workers' compensations claims.