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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska

Want some new great ideas for integrating wellness into your corporate culture? BCBSNE shares how promoting a culture of health and wellness provides a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Read more about their exciting outcomes in this exclusive WELCOA case study.

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Expert Interview: Designing Legally Compliant Wellness Programs

Barbara Zabawa, who specializes in the legal environment for wellness programming, tells WELCOA that the majority of wellness programs aren’t legally compliant. Read this expert interview to learn why and how to avoid the number one legal pitfall that has gotten other programs in trouble.

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The Top 100 Health Promotion Professionals Award Winner: Rachel Druckenmiller

After 210 entries were scored by an elite panel of judges, WELCOA is pleased to announce that Rachel Druckenmiller was scored the Top Health Promotion Professional in the country! The Top 100 Health Promotion Professionals Awards truly highlighted the best of the best! Read more about Rachel and what she has won in the first…

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[INFOGRAPHIC] Wisconsin is Getting Employees on the Move

See how Wisconsin is fighting the physical inactivity epidemic

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Member Spotlight: Mitch Martens

Top 10 Health Promotion Professional, Mitch Martens, has mastered the art of helping people align with their true purpose at work with the creation of Cedars-Sinai’s It’s All about Caring Program. Learn what the program has done to improve well-being and employee performance and how you can be bold, courageous and innovative in your approach.

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Job Satisfaction Survey

WELCOA’s Benchmark 6: Building Supportive Environments is about helping employees change for the better by creating company policies that support healthy change. To know what policies will be most effective, you must first engage employees and get to know where they’re coming from.

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