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The Hidden Cost of Doing Nothing

Guest Speaker: Larry Chapman, MPH, CWWPC
President & CEO, Chapman Institute

Learn how wellness programs can yield substantial returns, not only in terms of reduced healthcare expenses but also in fostering a thriving organizational culture. Whether you're an HR professional, a business leader, or simply passionate about promoting employee welfare, this webinar offers invaluable perspectives to drive meaningful change within your organization.   

Access the recording to:

  • Understand how implementing wellness programs can lead to significant savings in healthcare costs and improve the overall financial health of your organization.

  • Discover how wellness initiatives can enhance employee engagement, satisfaction, and productivity, contributing to a more positive and dynamic organizational culture.

  • Gain practical tips and strategies from experts on how to effectively design, implement, and sustain wellness programs that deliver measurable benefits and drive long-term organizational success.

Meet our Guest Speaker:

Larry S. Chapman, MPH, currently serves as President and CEO of the Chapman Institute. The Institute provides the WellCert Certification Program, a nationally and internationally recognized certification program for Worksite Wellness practitioners along with other tools for the corporate wellness field.  Larry has spent more than 45 years improving the health of employees and their family members and has developed more than 1,000 employee wellness programs. A past editor of a peer review journal and a journal section called The Art of Health Promotion, Larry is a nationally and internationally recognized expert on Worksite Wellness and Population Health Management. ​

Source: 2020 COVID-19 Benefits Survey, U.S. 2019/2020 Global Benefits Attitudes Survey, U.S.

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