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Wellness Program Management Yearbook, Third Edition
Wellness Program Management Yearbook, Third Edition
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The key ingredients for successful programs, comparative statistics, best practices in workplace wellness programs, how you can motivate your employees, "real-world" management methods, new and emerging trends in health promotion and disease prevention and what other companies are doing, all organized and compiled for you in the Wellness Program Management Yearbook, Third Edition.

This is a desk reference that is bound to get "dog-eared" because you'll go to it often to research a new idea, see what a colleague at another company did, or even to prepare for a presentation to top management.

The goals of workplace wellness programs

Employers today are looking to company-sponsored wellness programs for results. Most employers have a number of objectives in addition to keeping workers healthy. They want to improve employee morale, reduce group health plan costs, and hang on to good employees. But, the bosses want to be able to measure the effectiveness of their efforts.

Rising healthcare costs and other pressures are seen likely to contribute to even more expansion of wellness programs over the next five years. Indeed, nine of 10 major employer worksites now sponsor at least one health-promoting activity, according to an industry survey.

Discover how the design of workplace wellness programs is changing. Get details and statistics about what employers are looking for, health risk assessments and screenings, incentives, and education and training initiatives.

Wellness Program Management Yearbook, Third Edition.

Throughout the Yearbook's 8 chapters you'll get management information, tips, useful checklists, charts and tables new ideas, "how-to" details and strategies you can put to work for your organization.

  • Trends in Wellness and Health Promotion
  • Goals and Responsibilities of Worksite Wellness Management Professionals
  • Managing Workplace Wellness and Health Promotion Programs
  • Wellness Program Management Strategies
  • Focus on Workplace Identified Diseases and Injuries
  • Motivating and Incentivizing Employees to Participate in Workplace Wellness Programs
  • Making the Case: How Documenting Wellness Program Results Can Prove Value to Senior Management
  • Management and Program Information Resources for Workplace Wellness Management

The Wellness Program Management Yearbook, Third Edition puts together for you the top trends expected to surface based on experts' opinions, results of surveys and studies and forecasts done by the editors of Wellness Program Management Advisor. In fact, our staff took every articles that appeared in the last two years of Wellness Program Management Advisor, edited and compiled the information by subject to make your search for workplace wellness information as easy as possible.

You'll get results of exclusive surveys by Wellness Program Management Advisor editorial staff like the results in the Yearbook identifying the top wellness program services that will help you see how your program compares.

Study the best ideas of many of your professional colleagues, the cost-effective programs. Have the facts you need at your fingertips to back up your decisions.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Chapter One

Trends in Wellness and Health Promotion

Chapter Two

Goals and Responsibilities of Worksite Wellness Management Professionals

Chapter Three

Managing Workplace Wellness And Health Promotion Programs

Chapter Four

Wellness Program Management Strategies

Chapter Five

Focus on Workplace Identified Diseases of Injuries

Chapter Six

Motivating and Incentivizing Employees to Participate In Workplace Wellness Programs

Chapter Seven

Making the Case: How Documenting Wellness Program Results Can Prove Value to Senior Management

Chapter Eight

Management And Program Information Resources For Workplace Wellness Management

Chapter Nine

Information Sources
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