Feb 19 2019
Here we are, in the height of flu season and most of the US is considered in a “Widespread Activity” rating. Not only does time away from work cost the employees, but the lost productivity can have a huge impact on employers as well, not to mention the spike in workers comp and healthcare claims.

What can an employer do to reduce the likelihood of the flu sweeping through their workplace?
Sep 28 2017
As the article from Employee Benefit News states, the following are the most costly health conditions for employers:

10. High Risk Pregnancy
9. Smoking
8. Cholesterol
7. Depression/Mental Illness
6. Hypertension/Blood Pressure
5. Heart Disease
4. Musculoskeletal
3. Obesity
2. Cancer
1. Diabetes