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Producer Spotlight – Ryan Root, Employee Benefits Specialist

Producer Spotlight – Ryan Root, Employee Benefits Specialist

Employee Engagement is essential to organizations.

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Producer Spotlight – Pat Dalton, Chartered Benefits Consultant

Specialties: Consumer Driven Plan Designs- Changing Corporate Culture through design and implementation of Wellness plans.

Fitbit and Employee Wellness

May 24, 2017
Human Resources, Wellness,

Obesity sets back American businesses a mammoth $73.1 billion per year in medical expenses and lost productivity. Learn how the Fitbit is changing employee health.

Beat the Heat - Safety Precautions for working outdoors

May 17, 2017
Wellness,

​Follow these tips to beat the summer heat.

Sugar Substitutes

May 08, 2017
Wellness,

There are so many sugar substitutes on the market, it can be difficult to decide on the best one for your lifestyle. The following is a list of some of the most common artificial sweeteners and how they affect your blood sugar levels.

Cholesterol and your heart health

April 19, 2017
Wellness,

If you know the number of your total cholesterol, that’s good. But is it good enough for your heart health?

How to communicate benefit plan options to employees

The way that employers communicate benefits information to employees has a tremendous impact on how well the benefit programs are understood, utilized and perceived by employees.

Why you shouldn’t exercise to lose weight, explained with 60+ studies

March 08, 2017
Wellness,

​Do you exercise to lose weight? You may want to think again….

How to improve eating habits

February 06, 2017
Wellness,

Replacing unhealthy eating habits with healthier ones can be difficult, especially if unhealthy habits are all you’ve ever known. One key to making lasting improvements in your diet is to make changes in stages. Start with a small, simple change and stick to it for a week. After one change has been mastered, add another.

Is a Social Network Good for Your Health?

January 23, 2017
Wellness,

“Hey, let’s hang out.” “Call me.” “Let’s do lunch.” These are invites you should make and accept more often. No, it’s not for networking. It’s for your health.

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