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Happy New Year to all, and get those Super Bowl plans ready!

Unless you are currently offering a well-organized & exciting wellness program that encourages your employees to get out and take walks at lunch, count their steps, eat healthy, and even consider throwing that pack of cigarettes (or vapes for you youngsters) in the trash,  all those wellness programs that took a ton of our time to plan and got approved by management, that seemed progressive and many times “fun”, just got a kick in the pants!  Where do we go from here?

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Tom Connors, Managing Director of Group Benefits for the Hilb Group – part of the Sapers & Wallack organization – answers 3 questions about our January blog, “Financial Incentive Guidelines for Wellness Programs”. Listen to our podcast here: Share this postFacebook0TwitterLinkedinPinterest0

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