Unexpected Impact of a Small Problem and a Harvard Study: Wellness Programs in the Workplace Reduce Medical Costs
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Harvard Study: Wellness Programs in the Workplace Reduce Medical Costs

by Russell Richer

An analysis of the workplace health and wellness programs in the study concluded that each dollar invested returned an average of $3.27 to the company coffers. In addition, savings realized by preventing absenteeism and other lost time illnesses or injury are about $2.73 for every dollar invested.

Read more about the Harvard Study.

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Unexpected Impact of a Small Problem

by Sarah Cooper-Glenn

“I didn't think it was a big deal being a small cut,” said Jim. That little cut, combined with Jim’s existing battle with diabetes, gave him a severe case of necrotizing fasciitis, also known by its more menacing name “Flesh Eating Disease.”

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