Moving beyond the buzz

Bray, Ed
May 2011
Employee Benefit News;May2011, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p15
The article offers the author's insights regarding employee wellness in organizations. The author refers the health and productivity survey by Willis North America Inc.'s human capital practice which shows the 48% increase in 2010 of the commitment of senior leadership towards the improvement of employee's health. The author presents questions that one should ask to an insurance carrier including the availability of wellness dollars, opportunities for data sharing, and uncover hidden costs.


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