Collaboration is important to wellness success, experts say

01/21/2013 | Hill, The

Collaboration between employees and managers is important to wellness program success, according to experts with The Greenlining Institute and Prevention Institute, who reviewed research and interviewed small-business owners. Good wellness programs use multiple strategies that focus on employees and the work environment, while the least-effective policies link an employee's health insurance premiums to health-related behaviors or the attainment of benchmarks.

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