All's fair in health and wellness

Miller, Laurie S.
July 2011
Employee Benefit News;Jul2011, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p14
The article focuses on the planning and implementation of health and wellness fair into an annual open enrollment of companies that would engage employees into healthy activities. It presents the July 2011 health fair checklist which focuses on planning and implementing the fair and involves different phases and things to do prior, during, and after the event. It mentions that the checklist involve activities including selection of planning committee, volunteers securing, and publicity campaign.


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