corporate wellness

Obesity and Diabetes in the US

Is a Sedentary Desk Job the Most Dangerous Job in the World?

Not all fatal injuries come in a single blow, some take years to manifest but are equally deadly. Sedentary desk jobs may be the most dangerous!

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Section 179 tax deduction on standing desks

Congress Just Raised the Special Tax Deduction for Standing Desk and Treadmill Desk Equipment to $510,000

If you operate a business, or earn your living working from your home office, your acquisition of treadmill desk may be especially tax deductible in 2014.

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rebellion against corporate wellness financial incentives

Are Corporate Wellness Programs in for a Counter Rebellion?

Continuing to increase financial incentives through corporate wellness programs raises an organization’s risk of facing discrimination and privacy lawsuits.

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Employers: Do You Have Corporate Wellness Slush Fund Dollars to Use Up?

Many employers don't know it, but their health insurance carriers have free funds that employers can tap to make purchases of active desks.

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Corporate Wellness ROI

Why Corporate Wellness Programs Fail to Show a Financial ROI

Despite billions spent on corporate wellness programs, adverse health trends have not reversed, resulting in steep medical costs and decreased productivity.

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