Too big, still fails

September 2011
Employee Benefit News;Sep2011, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p16
The article focuses on the business shut down of wellness subsidiary National Better Health by the Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company on September 1, 2011. It reports that Nationwide had announced the closure of its wellness business and sell-off of its productivity services to Sedgwick Claims Management Services Inc. on May 25, 2011. According to Terri Hill, president at the subsidiary said that the economic downturn had hugely reduced its customers since 2008.


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