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How to Get Your CEO Onboard with Wellness Programs

Wednesday, 12, 2009

That's the problem for many benefits professionals. While they are confident that the research and the rewards are real enough for a serious overhaul of an employee benefit program, many CFOs and other c-suite corporate executives still question the reasoning.

Spending more money to improve health and productivity just doesn’t have the same ring to your average CFO as a good old-fashioned cost-shift or plain old cost-cut.

But that's not to say all CFOs are blind to the opportunities and benefits that a healthier and more productive workforce presents.

Join us as we analyze how some benefit professionals are successfully making the case to their C-suite colleagues. We’ll also hear first hand from some former finance-oriented skeptics that have found religion on this important business issue.

Cutting utilization won’t separate your company from your competitors. Driving worker health and dramatically improving productivity will.

Speaking Panel: Dr. Ken Wells
Health and wellness consultant

Sharon Whittle
Compensation and benefits leader for the Carolinas, Grant Thornton Sponsored by:

Jammed Access: Widening the front door to healthcare

Wednesday, 29, 2009

Health coverage reform may exacerbate already jammed access points. New models of care and technologies have emerged to ease the access burden. Information/Registration …

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1:00 PM - 2:00 PM


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