Companies are spending less time worrying about the elusive return on their wellness program investments and more on the well-being of their workforce.
Treatment for back pain, especially surgery, can be expensive and might not produce exceptional results. Some employers have decided to be proactive about reducing back pain to help workers cope — and save money in the process.
What kind of employer do you want to be? Do you want to be a company that promotes tolerance or fosters exclusion?
The legal landscape for wellness programs is evolving, but this primer will help guide you down the right path.
Are you enabling employees to slack on their health because of your wellness program? Think about it.
An AstraZeneca ad for a drug intended to alleviate opioid-induced constipation ran during a top time slot, suggesting that opioid use -- and abuse -- is an issue we should all be paying attention to.