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Tuesday, 23 January 2018 14:39

Wellness on a Shoestring

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With a new year just beginning and resolutions in full swing, the idea of Well-being and Wellness jumps into the limelight once again. This time, our focus becomes on keeping this conversation going all year long in partnering with employers of all sizes in the exploration of company wellness programs.

Some employers struggle to understand how to create a wellness program with little or no budget, but it can  be done. 


A growing number of employers nationwide are offering employee wellness programs to create better environments to support employee health. Many are linking financial incentives to employee participation and health outcomes. But with increased popularity comes many questions: 

  • Are workplace wellness programs effective or an invasion of employee privacy? 

  • Are wellness programs truly voluntary if employees face financial consequences for not participating?

  • Does offering people financial incentives lead to lasting changes that foster physical well-being? 

  • Is your company ready to implement a wellness program? If so, what level of wellness is appropriate and how much will it cost?


Please join us on a webinar on March 13th or March 21st  where we’ll cover all the above questions and more:

  • Why wellness is important and how it can impact your company culture and boost employee morale

  • The ROI of implementing a wellness program (lower claims = stable premiums and employee productivity)

  • Free wellness resources that may already be available to you through your current benefit carrier

  • How to design a wellness program specific to your company size, carrier and culture as well as implementing premium incentives that work (and what you can and can’t ask)

  • Successful case studies for local companies in the Denver area; and, 

  • The next steps to determine if a company wellness program is right for your company, and what can you do if you have no budget at all!


This is a webinar you can’t afford to miss! Please register today by clicking here! 

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Juliet Fitzgibbons

Juliet joins Fall River as an Account Executive and brings over 15 years of prior broker and account management experience. Her experience brings extensive knowledge on employee benefit programs, account management and creative cost-saving strategies and compliance solutions for employers of various sizes.

She is responsible for new business proposals, client renewals including plan benchmarking, rate analysis and mid-year reviews. She helps clients navigate healthcare systems and educates employers and employees through open enrollment meetings and day-to-day service requests. Juliet joined Fall River in 2015.