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Tag Archives: Health & Wellness

Well, well, well: Some new guidance from EEOC (access required)

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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued a notice of proposed rulemaking on April 20, addressing how the Americans with Disabilities Act applies to employer wellness programs that are part of a group health plan. Wellness programs, which are otherwise regulated ...

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Small-firm wellness programs could pay off (access required)

Wellness is all the rage at American employers today, but it’s largely ignored at smaller firms. The rationale is that small firms pay “pooled rates” for health insurance — rates determined by age, industry, family size and zip code, not ...

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Fitness on a budget (access required)

American waistlines are expanding while our pocketbooks are shrinking. With more deskbound jobs, increased reliance on motorized transportation and diets rich in high-calorie foods, it’s no wonder we’re becoming a little soft around the middle. Our growing bodies are also ...

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Small-firm wellness could pay off… (access required)

Wellness is all the rage with large-scale American employers today, but it’s largely ignored at smaller companies and law firms. The rationale is that small firms pay “pooled rates” for health insurance — rates determined by age, industry, family size ...

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Taking it off at the firm of Bowman and Brooke (access required)

Rebecca Herbig’s nationwide litigation practice focuses on defending health care professionals. She’s taken a little time this year to concentrate on her own health care, by joining her colleagues at Bowman and Brooke LLP in their law firm’s “Biggest Losers ...

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Act quickly when dealing with problem partners (access required)

Partners sometimes disappoint each other. But if one of your partners has a legitimate and serious problem such as alcoholism or anger management issues, you need to face it squarely and quickly while taking all necessary steps to ensure clients ...

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Sleep: A time-consuming but worthy resolution (access required)

With the New Year come resolutions. He who fails to plan, plans to fail. So, we resolve to do better, plan better, make better choices, spend our time more wisely, and to take better care of ourselves and others. No ...

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