With health care costs on the rise, employers are exploring new and innovative ways to motivate employees to be more health-conscious. An effective wellness program has many potential benefits, including a healthier workforce, reduced health care costs, increased employee engagement and greater productivity. Thinking of creating a wellness initiative at your business? We invite you to attend Hays Companies’ complimentary seminar, Wellness Done Right, on July 18, 2017.
This seminar will cover the most important concerns for an employer sponsoring a wellness program. It will touch on three aspects of wellness programs —general wellness, financial wellness, and wellness compliance. Our featured speakers include:
Mariangela Noyes. An Account Executive for Metlife, Mariangela focuses on the sale and successful delivery of their PlanSmart programs. She manages strong relationships with clients by providing financial well-being programs that complement their benefits programs and fit their needs.
Dave Anderson. The West Regional Manager of WellRight, a leading provider of employee wellness solutions, Dave has experience in sales and marketing strategies in both the technology and healthcare industries.
Tad Mitchell. President & CEO of WellRight, Tad also is co-author of 21 Habits: A Wellness Survival Guide.
Nick Karls. Nick is an Associate Director in the Employee Benefits division for Hays Companies and created Hays CoreCompliance, a web-based tool for comprehensive compliance reviews of employee welfare benefit plans. He has developed an expertise in consumer health care and finance. As a mediator, he has resolved issues between Minnesota residents and businesses by monitoring these businesses for compliance with Minnesota’s consumer protection statutes.
The seminar will be at the Salt Lake Marriott City Center, 220 State Street. A full breakfast will be served from 8 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. The seminar runs from 8:30 a.m. to 9:15 a.m., followed by a Q&A from 9:15 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. We look forward to seeing you there! To register, go to this link.