Employers across the United States are discovering impactful methods to bring health and wellbeing strategies from the community to their worksite. Whether its access to a primary care physician, an onsite fitness center, or a yoga class, these strategies can transform the health and wellbeing of your workforce and differentiate your employee experience in a tight labor market.
Join us for an informative lunch on May 9th with industry-leading companies Athletic Mentors and Gibson, to discuss on-site health and wellbeing strategies, trends, and market innovations. As a bonus, Jim Heath, Executive Vice President at Flexfab, LLC and former President of Stryker Instruments, will share his experience building a culture of wellbeing.
Athletic Mentors will provide insight how to structure the fitness component for a corporate wellness program. Whether simply running classes or managing a fitness center full time, Athletic Mentors assists with all aspects of the wellness program including program promotion, management, and success tracking. Some of the areas that will be addressed include:
Nicole Fallowfield, Director of Health Risk Management at Gibson, will share valuable information about the utilization of on-site clinics - including best practices and market innovations. You’ll learn about the ideal characteristics for an on-site clinic model and walk away with insight to assess if this is viable solution for you. Additionally, you’ll learn:
12:00 – 12:15 pm - Nicole Fallowfield, Gibson – Intro and Welcome
12:15 – 12:30 pm - Jim Heath, Flexfab – Building a Culture of Wellbeing
12:30 – 12:50 pm - Mark Olson, Athletic Mentors – Corporate Fitness
12:50 – 01:10 pm - Nicole Fallowfield, Gibson – On-site Clinics
1:10 – 01:30 pm - Panel Q & A
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