A Healthy Workforce for a Healthy Business

February 2010
Westchester County Business Journal;2/15/2010, Vol. 49 Issue 7, Special section p16
The article presents the benefits of health insurance for the health of employees in the workplace. It suggests employers with health insurance brokers since they are paid commission. They are advised to search plans with wellness benefits. Joining a trade association for lower premiums are also suggested.


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