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Wellness Inventory, a survey-based program developed by Pfizer Inc. and the MEDSTAT Group, has consistently found allergic rhinitis to have a significant impact on employee productivity and employer costs.
Back to work, sooner rather than later--Outpatient rehab can speed the return for employees, whether they've been injured on the job or have missed time due to a major illness.
Trimming the fat in your business--Obesity costs U.S. companies more than $13 billion a year in medical fees and lost productivity, along with 39 million lost workdays. What can your company do about it? Don't just sit around...
Three companies showcase different approaches to addressing reduced productivity in the workplace.
#1Ronald C. KesslerH-Index: 314
#2Howard G. BirnbaumH-Index: 66
Last. Paul E. GreenbergH-Index: 31
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. . . and depression can cost a fortune. The economic burden of depression is larger than you think.
Case Management isn't just for the catastrophic. This cost-containing service has a broader appeal to employers looking to reduce health care and disability costs.
What to do when an employee is stretching disability leave to the max? A strong return-to-work program and a disability manager who's willing to dig for root causes can help avoid adversarial or litigious situations.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease generates huge costs in the working population, yet it is given scant attention. Here are the facts and the actions employers can take.
Both laws provide significant protection and benefits for people with cancer and other catastrophic diseases, but neither is a perfect guarantor of fairness.
Yes, if they're built on a solid understanding supply, demand, responsibility and consequences.
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