Firms say wellness programs are good business strategy

09/10/2010 | Wichita Eagle (Kan.), The

Companies see employee wellness as good business strategy and a competitive edge, but programs need to go beyond discounted gym memberships, according to a Wichita Eagle report. Local business High Touch found it had to go beyond rewarding good intentions to exercise and began offering risk assessments, health coaches and in-house challenges to make sure workers carried through on their plans.

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