7 Reasons Your Employees Do Not Engage In Your Wellness Initiatives
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 Export to Your Calendar 11/17/2020
When: Tuesday, November 17, 2020
8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Where: Online via zoom
United States
Presenter: Megan Wollerton
Contact: PHRA Office
412-261-5537


Online registration is available until: 11/16/2020
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Schedule

 

8:30 a.m.- Program

9:30 a.m.- Program concludes

 

Investment 

PHRA Members: $19

Nonmembers: $39

Student rate: Call for pricing

To be eligible for the student rate, you must be a full-time student enrolled in an HR or Labor Relations program at a college or university AND/OR you are a SHRM student chapter member. Part-time graduate students working full-time are not eligible for the student rate.

 

 

Goals and Objectives

 

In this program we will explore the benefits to creating a well-rounded corporate wellness program and identify the costs associated with incomplete or ineffective plans. We will Identify the seven (7) most common mistakes when creating a wellness program that prevent your employees from participating and could potentially do more harm than good.  Finally, we will learn the factors needed to be taken into consideration when developing and implementing a corporate wellness initiative that attracts new talent, boosts productivity, and improves retention.

 

 


Megan Wollerton has played on both sides of the fence as an employee and a leader. She understands the importance and the connection to health and employee productivity and engagement. She has worked with clients to achieve work-life balance by helping them improve their mental, emotional, relational and physical health.

 

It is Megan’s passion to partner with companies that are struggling with internal division causing tension in the workplace, poor employee health that is putting revenue at risk, fear of employee absenteeism that threatens productivity and the ability to continue operations at full capacity by providing done-for-you wellness programs that engage the employees.

 

Megan has a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a minor in psychology from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. She currently holds certifications as a corporate wellness specialist, health coach, nutrition coach and personal trainer. Over the years she has cultivated her signature “Life Force Wellness” program which is a corporate wellness program designed to build unity, boost immunity, and provide security in the modern-day workplace.

 

  

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Cancellation Policy: Written cancellations received on before Friday, November 13, 2020 will receive a full refund. No refunds will be given after November 13. Substitutes are welcome with advance written notice.

 

 

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