More Power Plays: Using economic arguments for wellness

  I just went through a list of key humanitarian arguments for wellness programming in our last post, but we also need to play our economic cards as well!  Remember our series on how to measure the five major economic variables that wellness programs impact in work organizations? Health plan cost, sick leave absenteeism cost,… Continue Reading ›

Getting through to execs about wellness: part 1: humanitarian arguments

  We just went through a five-part series on measuring the economic impact of wellness for employers. You get the picture – money matters! But people matter too!  We have to speak to both sides of the executive brain to get the right level of support– by communicating both the humanitarian and the economic case for wellness.… Continue Reading ›