Wellness in the Workplace

When:  Oct 18, 2017 from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM (CT)
Associated with  Chicago, IL

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A healthy employee is happier and more productive. 

Research has shown that companies implementing health and wellness programs can effectively reduce employee risk status and help lower health care costs.  By confronting the top-drivers of health care costs, employers can control their health insurance premiums and improve the overall health of their employees. This program will review these cost drivers and explore a common denominator among them: chronic, preventable conditions. To combat these conditions and minimize associated costs, we’ll introduce proven and successful wellness program solutions that could be implemented at your organization.

Alli_Szott.jpgSpeaker:  Alli Szott is a Wellness Advocate on Assurance’s Risk Management Team. With a passion for improving the health of companies and their employees, Alli works closely with her clients to create large-scale corporate wellness programs. Alli received her Bachelor’s degree in Health and Human Physiology with an emphasis in Health Promotion from the University of Iowa. She received her Certified Worksite Wellness Specialist (CWWS) and Certified Worksite Wellness Program Manager (CWWPM) from the National Wellness Institute.

Key Learning Objectives:  

  • Review the top drivers of health care costs
  • Understand why chronic, preventable conditions increase your insurance costs
  • Explore how wellness programs can prevent these conditions and reduce your premiums
  • Discuss components of a successful wellness program


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