Employee Well-Being: Corporate Wellness Magazine Offers Solutions toward Achieving Healthy Bottom Line
Considering how much employers spend on wellness programs, CEOs and senior-level executives, human resource and insurance professionals, and health and fitness strategists will be interested to learn problem-solving steps to the complex issues surrounding employee well-being in the new issue of Corporate Wellness Magazine, the signature publication of the Corporate Health & Wellness Association.
The issue, which serves as a reliable resource for news, innovations and trends and the shared success stories of employers, agents, consultants, service providers and related industry stakeholders, marks the first printed edition of Corporate Wellness Magazine to coincide with its traditional online publication, said Renée-Marie Stephano, President of the Corporate Health & Wellness Association and Editor-and-Publisher of Corporate Wellness Magazine.
“Research suggests that by focusing on the five elements of well-being – purpose, social, financial, community and physical – organizations can influence employee health, maximize performance, reduce turnover and enhance engagement,” said Stephano. “This publication, we are pleased to announce, represents a candid look at how employers, health providers, insurers and other related interests have leveraged this research and validated their own tools and strategies to achieve both a healthy and prosperous workforce.”
The inaugural print issue, distributed to 1,000 C-suites, features interviews with Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini and Sam Kass, the personal chef to Barack Obama and the First Family, as well as case studies involving corporate wellness programs at IBM, Ithaca College, Scripps Health, Saint Luke’s Health System, and Chipotle Mexican Grill among others. For more, click: http://www.corporatewellnessmagazine.com/; or for a flip-through version, click: http://corporatewellnessmagazine.com/flip/cwm_spring2015/
About Corporate Health & Wellness Association
The Corporate Health & Wellness Association (CHWA), the first national non-profit organization focused on health, wellness, disease prevention and management for employers, employees and their families, promotes health and wellness education and raises the awareness of corporate wellness programs worldwide. www.wellnessassociation.com