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  1. There is some irony in that many of the companies quoted here still use the “pry, poke and prod” model, which employees only participate in if there is lots of money at stake because they dislike the intrusiveness and uselessness of these programs.

    • I left the strength and conditioning/fitness field to come to the more noble “wellness” field about 2 years ago. I was hopeful that wellness would get it right but I’ve sadly learned most wellness is biometrics, hra’s, incentives, and/or penalties. They mention sleep health in the article, but do these groups encourage the employers to evaluate their email polices or the effects of shift work on employee health? Wellness needs better wellness


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