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With getting healthy topping New Year’s resolution lists and credit unions looking at how to keep top talent when the economy rebounds, 2010 may be the time to jumpstart a wellness program.

According to the 2009 Principal Financial Well-Being Index, 45% of consumers working at small to medium-sized companies said that they would stay at their jobs longer because of employer-sponsored wellness programs. The index, released by benefits provider Principal Financial Group, surveys American workers on their wellness attitudes and behaviors at companies with 10 to 1,000 employees.

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