Taking a different spin on wellness can give credit unions a recruitment/retention edge.
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. – Employee health leads to engagement, lower costs for credit unions, corporate wellness expert says.
For credit unions seeking to assess whether wellness programs make good business sense, the CUNA HR/TD Council announced the publication this week of a white paper examining credit union wellness programs from the ground up.
DENVER – Employers could open themselves up to discrimination claims, experts say.
Improving worker productivity, reducing presenteeism (at work while sick) are top objectives.
Pre-holiday period a time for employers to improve employee wellness programs.
With health care costs projected to continue rising, more organizations have turned to wellness programs as a way to strike a balance between becoming more efficient and offering benefits that will attract top talent.