Type 2 diabetes is spreading rapidly in the U.S.
(and global) population. It’s an epidemic that
employers can’t afford to ignore.
SILENT AND DEADLY
New regulations from the Labor Department will
require companies to ensure their employees fully
understand their retirement-plan fees.
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ALTHOUGH WELLNESS PROGRAMS HAVE THE
POTENTIAL TO BRING DOWN HEALTHCARE
COSTS, DETERMINING WHETHER THEY
BY MARLENE PROST
Worksite wellness programs were created to keep employees healthy. But how healthy is your company’s wellness program? Sure, participation may be high. Employees may be signing up in droves for aerobics classes and doctor checkups. But as
far as your CEO is concerned, the one statistic that means success is the return-on-investment. As wellness programs have become increasingly popular—