Did you know vision impairment is one of the top 10 disabilities among adults?
Three Alliance employers ranked in the top 40 among Wisconsin employers competing to be named “most active” by the Wellness Council of Wisconsin.
By Alan Williams, health information manager
People sometimes ask, “Why stand when you can sit?”
A year after sit-stand desktops were introduced at The Alliance,
I think a better question might be: “Why sit when you can
Health care organizations in Dane County are looking for your thoughts about the health and wellbeing of your community. As employers, you have a unique understanding of how the health of the community impacts the health of your employees, impacting both productivity and insurance rates.
Employers can play a vital role in guiding the future of regulations and legislation that will impact their ability to sponsor wellness programs for employees and family members, according to Seth T. Perretta, a principal at Groom Law Group, Chartered, in Washington, D.C.
Like a warning shot that alerts a ship that it’s straying out of acceptable territory, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) lawsuits against employer-based wellness programs are a signal that there may be more trouble ahead.