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    Healthy Employees, Healthy Business Easy, Affordable Ways to Promote Workplace Wellness

    ISBN-10: 1413316255
    ISBN-13: 9781413316254
    Edition: 2nd 2012 (Revised)
    Author(s): Ilona Bray
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    Edition: 2nd
    Copyright Year: 2012
    Publisher: NOLO
    Publication Date: 4/1/2012
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 432
    Size: 6.75" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
    Weight: 1.496
    Language: English

    Brayis an author and legal editor at Nolo, specializing in real estate, immigration law, and nonprofit fundraising. She is co-author of Nolo's Essential Guide to Buying Your First Home and also edits a number of Nolo's small business books. Bray's working background includes solo practice, nonprofit, and corporate stints, as well as long periods of volunteering, including an internship at Amnesty International's main legal office in London. She received her law degree and a Masters degree in East Asian (Chinese) Studies from the University of Washington.

    Your Workplace Wellness Companion
    Why You Need a Healthy Workplace
    Health Concerns: What Do They Cost Your Business?
    Four Reasons Why a Wellness Program Can Help Your Bottom Line
    Keeping Your Wellness Program Affordable
    Will Your Investment Pay Off?
    Strategies for a Successful Workplace Wellness Program
    Deciding Who Your Program Is For
    Deciding What Scale Program to Aim For
    Deciding What Health Issues and Behaviors Your Program Will Address
    Creating a Program for Total Health
    Ingredient #T. Health Screenings
    Ingredient #2: Health Education, Information, and Self-Help Tools
    Ingredient #3: Organized Activities
    Ingredient #4: Individual Follow-Up and Treatment
    Ingredient #5: Incentives and Rewards
    Ingredient #6: Supportive Workplace Environment
    Should You Invite the Employee's Family to Join?
    Avoiding Legal Troubles
    Think Twice Before Penalizing Unhealthy Employees With Higher Benefit Contributions
    Can You Fire Someone Based on Wellness Program Participation or Results?
    Paying Taxes on Cash or Gift Incentives
    Being Consistent and Fair
    Keeping Employee Health Information Private
    Protecting Your Company Against Lawsuits for Employee Injuries
    Worksite Evaluation and Wellness Team Creation
    Assessing Your Employees' Interests
    Assembling Your Team
    Choose the Right Leader.
    Make Good Use of the HR Department
    Round Up a Committee of Helpers
    Bring in Outside Workplace Wellness Professionals
    Encourage Employees to Initiate Wellness Projects
    Putting It All Together
    Launching and Evaluating Your Wellness Program
    Marketing the Program to Your Employees
    Starting With a Bang
    Making Participation Easy and Accessible
    Creating a Fun Atmosphere
    Arranging Health Risk Assessments (HRAs) and Other Health Screenings
    Charting Your Wellness Program's Progress and Achievements
    Disease Prevention and Early Detection
    How Early Detection Measures Keep Workers Healthy.
    Colds and Flu: How Common Illnesses Impact the Workplace
    How to Help Employees Stay Well
    It's Not Nice to Share Germs: Behind-the-Scenes Measures
    Healthy Eating and Nutrition
    The Connection: Poor Nutrition Equals Poor Health
    Promoting Good Nutrition in Your Workplace
    Fitness and Exercise
    The Connection: Inactivity and Poor Health
    Promoting Fitness and Exercise in Your Workplace
    Lowering Stress Levels
    The Connection: How Stress Impacts Worker Health and Productivity
    Reducing Stress in Your Workplace
    Working Without Tobacco
    The Connection: Smoking Equals Worse Health and Lower Productivity
    Is That Ash in My Coffee? Smoking and Customer Relations
    How a Workplace Wellness Program Can Help
    Helping the Addicted Worker
    The Connection: How Addiction and Substance Abuse Affects the Workplace
    Education: Getting the Facts About Addiction
    Individual Treatment: Helping Addicts Get Help
    Creating a Supportive Workplace Environment for Recovery
    Reducing Obesity
    The Connection: Obesity and Health Problems
    Combating Obesity With Your Workplace Wellness Program
    Dealing With Chronic Illnesses
    The Connection: How Chronic Illness Lowers Worker Productivity
    What You Should Know Before Getting Involved
    Promoting Healthy Responses to Chronic Conditions
    Choosing Health Benefits
    The Menu, Please: Health Coverage Options
    One Size Doesn't Fit All: Choosing Health Plans
    Helping Employees Get the Most From Their Coverage
    Setting Up Flexible Spending or Health Savings Accounts
    Drafting Workplace Policies That Promote Health
    The Purpose of Written Policies
    Drafting a Basic Wellness Policy
    Policies Relating to Smoking
    Policies Relating to Drugs and Alcohol
    Telecommuting and Flexible Schedules
    Time-Off Policies
    Pets at Work Policy
    A Appendix: Using the Interactive Forms
    Editing RTFs
    List of Forms and Podcasts
    Wellness Plan Worksheet
    Wellness Program Waiver and Release of Liability
    Wellness Program Interest Survey
    Wellness Program Announcement Letter
    Wellness Program Newsletter Announcement
    Your Wellness Program's Baseline Data
    Treatment Center Evaluation Form
    Food and Exercise Diary
    Why Create a Wellness Program?
    Wellness Program Incentives
    Wellness Program-Walking

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