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Easy Ways to Cut Company Health Care Costs Through Wellness

“75% of employers’ health care costs and productivity losses are related to employee lifestyle choices.”
- U.S. Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention

The research is in … and the results are conclusive.

Taking simple steps to improve your employees’ health can DRASTICALLY reduce your organization’s health care costs. In fact, the CDC says companies will save $3 to $6 for every dollar they invest in employee wellness.

With the new health care reform law kicking in, CEOs are demanding lower health care costs … and wellness programs are the cheapest, easiest ways to get there. So where to start?

In Easy Ways to Cut Company Health Care Costs Through Wellness, Brad Cooper, CEO of U.S. Corporate Wellness, Inc., will teach you 6 easy, practical strategies to launch and manage an effective wellness program in your organization. The ultimate benefit: You’ll take back control of your health care costs.

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Brad presented this session to a packed house at the Society for Human Resources Management conference. Now you, too, can learn the secrets to creating a cost-saving (and cost-effective) employee wellness program.

You will learn:

  • How employees’ health (or lack of it) affects your direct and indirect costs.
  • The 6 steps to set up and administer a proper wellness program—from analyzing your staff to tracking results.
  • Best practices of America’s top corporate wellness plans.
  • The I-I approach: How to use individual goals and incentives to maximize participation and results.
  • Which incentives work best—cash? Prizes? Time off?
  • A dozen questions to ask yourself to see if your organization is on the right track.
  • How “token” wellness efforts can do more harm than good. (Lifestyle changes don’t just happen … they require a pattern of relate, repeat, reframe.)
  • How to track realistic ROI of your wellness program.
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If you’re not jumping on the wellness bandwagon yet, your competition probably is. In fact, a recent study showed that 76% of employee benefits plans are either adding or enhancing their wellness programs.

Join us July 24. The goal: Spend a little bit of money to save a lot. This webinar will show you how—guaranteed. Sign up today!

Sincerely,
Pat DiDomenico
Pat DiDomenico
Editorial Director, Business Management Daily

P.S. FREE Bonus Gifts. Register for this webinar and we’ll send you 2 exclusive bonus downloads at no cost whatsoever—Benefits on a Shoestring and ROI-Based Analysis of Employee Wellness Programs. Find out how your organization can cut health care, disability, recruitment, retention, and other costs by establishing a wellness program. Finally—you’ll have charts, graphs and numbers to show to the C-suite. Brad Cooper’s white paper is not available for purchase—but we’ll rush it to you FREE when you sign up for this cost-saving webinar.

P.P.S. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed. If you are not satisfied with this webinar, we will issue you a full, 100% refund—but your free bonus downloads are yours to keep. It’s that simple.

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Date: Wednesday, July 24
Time: 1 to 2:15 p.m. ET

Early Registration Bonus:

The first 50 registrants will receive a copy of Benefits on a Shoestring: 37 Ways to Win and Keep Employees. You can give your workers the benefits they need (and want) without going broke. You’ll discover advice on creating low- or no-cost benefits that you may be overlooking—from employee recognition to child-care assistance to wellness benefits. A $39.95 value, it’s yours free—IF you’re among the first 50 people to sign up.

Second FREE Bonus Gift:

U.S. Corporate Wellness white paper: ROI-Based Analysis of Employee Wellness Programs—The Problems … The Cost … The Solution. Organizations of all sizes and from all industries are investigating ways to save money in the form of health care, disability, sick time, recruitment and retention costs. This document looks at the problem facing employers, the cost attributed to that problem, and the critical components a wellness program must incorporate in order to provide a long-term, high-ROI solution to that problem.

About Your Speaker:

Brad Cooper is the CEO of U.S. Corporate Wellness, Inc., the nation’s premier customized employee wellness company, and a frequent speaker and writer on wellness topics. Brad is the author of four books, including his new book, Employee Wellness: Implementing a High ROI, High Impact Strategy, and is the former VP of operations for the world’s largest rehabilitation company. Brad also “walks the talk” on wellness. He’s a licensed athletic trainer and competes in various fitness events, including the Hawaii Ironman triathlon.

Who Should Attend:

  • HR professionals
  • Supervisors and managers
  • Executives
  • Office managers
  • Business owners

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Credit Hours:

This event has been approved for 1.25 credit hours toward PHR and SPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).

"The use of this seal is not an endorsement by HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met HR Certification Institute's criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit."
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