The Heart of Workplace Wellness: Five Ways to Optimize Employee Well-Being

The Heart of Workplace Wellness: Five Ways to Optimize
Heart disease carries an annual workplace cost of $138 billion. Learn how you can support heart health and employee well-being through workplace policies and practices. This webcast will address:
  • Bottom-line benefits of workplace wellness
  • Moving more at work
  • Encouraging healthy eating
  • Stress reduction and coping with pressure
  • Making wellness continue to work
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You are not the leader of an administrative function focused on overseeing workforce activities, L&D, and recruiting. You are far more than that. You are a strategic advisor to the business, and your role, whether the C-suite fully understands it or not, is to help your organization transform to reach and even exceed audacious b

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