Wellness and Productivity: Maximizing the Impact By Glenn Pransky, MD Scientific Advisor Lincoln Financial Group Employers are concerned about the health of their workers. Unhealthy workers are more frequently absent, … Read More
“Failure-to-Accommodate” Claims Hit Significant Barrier In Exby-Stolley v. Bd. of County Commissioners, the plaintiff resigned due to her belief that the employer intended to terminate her, since it rejected the … Read More
On Dec. 20, the EEOC revised wellness plan regulations by removing the section that permitted incentives. In doing so, the EEOC left employers back in the quandary they were in before. Neither the law, nor the remaining regulations, expressly prohibit (or permit) incentives.
November 2018 Healthcare and Wellness Health and wellness play an important role in keeping employees at work, reducing healthcare costs, and increasing productivity. This issue of @Work magazine features case … Read More
Getting Real About Wellness Programs By Terri L. Rhodes CCMP, CLMS, CPDM, MBA CEO, DMEC About 75% of HR professionals said that their organizations offered some type of a wellness … Read More
By Matthew Ceurvels Director, Product Management Sun Life Financial U.S. Diabetes is a widespread chronic health condition that impacts employers through both direct and indirect costs. Employers are exploring new … Read More
Corporate Fitness Programs: Re-Thinking the Paradigm By Michael Klachefsky Certified Group Fitness Instructor Director of Claims Liaison & Industry Relations AIG Many large and mid-sized employers offer wellness programs to … Read More
Workplace Wellness — A Regulatory Alphabet Soup! Rhonda Toole, VP Health Promotion and Wellness Cigna Kari Stevens, JD Managing Counsel Cigna If you’re a regular reader of @Work, we don’t … Read More