2012 News Articles
An overview of what works, and what doesn’t work, for company wellness programs and challenges.
Human Resource Executive Online, June 11, 2012
Creating competition within an organization may make it easier for employees to get healthy and stay fit. And studies show that those employees are more productive, call in sick less often and visit the doctor less frequently.
The Columbian, June 3, 2012
In this article on workplace wellness, The Columbian features LifeBalance client OnPoint Community Credit Union. LifeBalance’s wellness challenges have been extremely popular with OnPoint employees and is helping the company stay competitive. At the same time, LifeBalance is helping OnPoint motivate well over 50% of their employees to live healthier lives which, over time, will help OnPoint lower the company’s health insurance premiums as it provides a more productive and healthy workforce.
Portland Business Journal, May 18, 2012
Dave Miller and Paul Alati launched a wellness benefits program in 1996 just as the term “work-life balance” began popping up in corporate culture speak. Their LifeBalance Program allows corporations large and small to offer employees online health trackers and discounts on gym memberships, massages, ski lift tickets and the like.
Employee Benefit News, April 18, 2012
Dave Miller, founder of LifeBalance in Portland, Ore., joins EBN Associate Editor Lisa Gillespie to talk about adding a charitable contribution component to a corporate wellness challenge.
PR Web, March 14, 2012
Workplace Wellness Leader LifeBalance Offers Five Tips for Companies on Planning and Implementing a Successful Wellness Challenge