Topic: Wellness

    The price of poor employee health: $530 billion a year
    By Emily Kubis on December 10, 2018

     How to create a culture of health According to a new report published by the Integrated Benefits Institute, illness-related absences, disability...

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    Would you let your employer biochip you?
    By Alex Tolbert on August 28, 2017

    The future of health tracking tech Wisconsin vending machine company Three Square Market made headlines recently for offering to biochip its...

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    What’s the fastest-growing workplace benefit? The standing desk
    By Emily Kubis on July 26, 2017

    A quarter of employers plan to increase wellness benefits A new study from the Society of Human Resource Management found a quarter...

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    Are coaches the answer to greater adoption of wellness programs?
    By Emily Kubis on May 19, 2017

    Check out Craft Hayes’ perspective in Employee Benefit Adviser "While roughly one-third of the clients of Craft Hayes, an adviser for Bernard...

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    Millennials want financial advice at work
    By Emily Kubis on November 2, 2016

      Study shows educational opportunity around voluntary benefits A new study released by Metlife found that millennials want their employers to...

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    Considering workplace wellness? Start here.
    By Emily Kubis on August 24, 2016

    Check out our newest e-book for consumers Many employers are interested in workplace wellness. Some know they want to implement a wellness...

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    Does my insurance cover therapy?
    By Emily Kubis on January 15, 2016

    How to access mental healthcare Almost everyone has experienced or knows someone close to them who has experienced mental health care needs....

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    Does Obamacare cover counseling?
    By Nikki Davis on January 7, 2015

    Reader Q+A My friend told me that Obamacare is supposed to cover counseling. But I talked to my counselor and she doesn't take insurance. Does my...

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    1 in 13 children on medication for mental health
    By Ruthie Dean on May 14, 2014

    Does this concern you?  HealthDay News recently reported a government survey that showed that 1 in 13 children are on psychiatric medication....

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    Obamacare and mental health in 140 characters or less
    By Ruthie Dean on April 24, 2014

    Mental health coverage is changing Obamacare, or healthcare reform, has changed mental and behavioral health coverage. There's a lot of noise...

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