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HealthWire: November 2017

Our News

Attract and retain top talent with on-site fitness
Our Vice President, Program Management & Engagement Ann Wyatt shares why more companies will introduce on-site fitness centers to attract employees as the struggle for talent really heats up. Read Ann’s blog, “Fitness centers proving to be key recruiting tool in struggle for talent.

Paul Prather joins HealthFitness as Vice President of Business Development
In his new role, Paul will develop specialty fitness and recreation programs for colleges and universities and community centers. Read the press release.

Keep America Active: Join us for a group demo on December 14
What if your participants could go coast to coast without boarding a plane, hopping on a bus, or gassing up the car? Well, now they can take a virtual road trip in the Keep America Active™ challenge.

Each day they’ll visit a new attraction, earning points and stars as they record exercise minutes or steps, plus two other health behaviors you pick. And they’ll take a fun quiz, learn why each attraction should be on their bucket list, and collect badges as well as souvenirs.

Learn more about Keep America Active
Join us for a Keep America Active group demo on Thursday, December 14. Choose from the following two sessions:

Register for Session 1: 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. EST
Register for Session 2: 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. EST

Save the date for the next University Summit: February 6-7, 2018
Mark your calendars for the next University Summit, February 6-7, 2018 at Rice University in Houston, Texas. We hope you can join us for the opportunity to share insights and best practices from your peers. Stay tuned for a full agenda and additional information.

Industry Buzz

5 workplace well-being trends to watch in 2018
From personalization to standing desks, Ann Wyatt shares the top well-being trends to watch next year in her latest BenefitsPro post, “5 workplace well-being trends to watch in 2018.”

How Michelin reduced metabolic syndrome by 12 percent
Even if you weren’t able to join us for the webinar, “Michelin is Moving the Needle: How to Engage the Disengaged,” you can still see and hear Tim K. Peters, HealthFitness Senior Director, Client Strategy & Growth and Barry Cross, Michelin’s Senior Director of Total Rewards-Compensation, Benefits & Retirement, Michelin North America, share how Michelin is making inroads in its well-being programming—and engaging the disengaged.

Learn how Michelin has reduced Metabolic Syndrome by 12 percent. This means that more than 250 Michelin lives have reduced their personal health risk.

View the Webinar–Michelin is Moving the Needle: How to Engage the Disengaged

Posted on November 20, 2017