- The Picture of Health. Flass, Rebecca; Coppola, Vincent; Hill, J. Dee // Adweek Eastern Edition;8/28/2000, Vol. 41 Issue 35, p38
Focuses on the health awareness programs for employees of companies in the United States. List of services offered in the programs; Facilities of the wellness programs; Objectives of health awareness programs in companies; Details on recreation packages for staffers; Benefits of the health...
- In corporate corridors, employees are urged to relax. Young Ha // Fairfield County Business Journal;4/25/2011, Vol. 47 Issue 17, p29
The article presents the companies in the U.S. that offer a well-being and wellness program to their employees which include Purdue Pharma, PepsiCo Inc., and Verizon.
- Make healthy food available to workers. // Occupational Health Management;Aug2007, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p92
Employers are trying new strategies to offer workers healthier food, including lowering prices for healthy foods sold at cafeterias, adding healthy foods to vending machines, and discouraging unhealthy foods at celebrations. â€¢ Raise prices of unhealthy foods, and lower prices of healthy...
- Companies make wellness work. Flynn, Gillian // Personnel Journal;Feb95, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p63
Focuses on some companies that have made employee wellness a part of their cultures. Wellness Council of America's (WELCOA) selection of America's Healthiest Companies; Sara Lee Knit Products; Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.; Teachers' lounge at the Chattanooga State Technical Community...
- Improve the bottom line and your company's health at the same time. Lamb, Martha // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;03/26/2001, Vol. 30 Issue 37, p13
Offers advice on how United States businesses can improve their bottom lines and the health of their employees at the same time. Worksite health promotion programs; Reduction of costs through healthier employees; Services at the Fitness Institute at Salt Lake City, Utah-based LDS Hospital.
- Healthy for Cheap. // FoodService Director;1/15/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p9
The article offers information on a wellness initiative implemented at Elliot Hospital in Manchester, New Hampshire, which resulted in the development of a 500-calorie meal available at 2.50 U.S. dollars to its employees. According to Joe Stanislaw, director of food and nutrition services at the...
- HEALTHY DOSE. Knudson, Brooke // U.S. Business Review;Jun2007, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p152
The article stresses the need for companies in the U.S. to implement a health and wellness program for their employees. It explains the benefits of corporate wellness programs to companies and to the country's economy. It cites the rising cost of health insurance in the country and its...
- Employers scrutinize prescription drug costs. Ceniceros, Roberto // Business Insurance;08/02/99, Vol. 33 Issue 31, p3
Reports on United States employers' scrutiny of new approaches to rein in escalating costs for prescription drugs. Copayment structures designed to encourage employees to use less-expensive drugs; Scrutiny of prescription benefit managers; Tiered copayment structures; Cooperation with health plans.
- The Need For And Returns From Worksite Wellness. // Electronic Ardell Wellness Report (E-AWR);9/21/2007, Issue 401, p2
The article offers information about the reasons provided by the organization Wellness Councils of America (WELCOA) regarding why health promotion programs provided by American businesses are fruitful in the U.S. One of the reasons is that such efforts supplement other steps to contain medical...