Small Business Tools to Help You on the Path to Wellness


The following is a notice from the Indiana Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) Network at the I.U. School of Medicine:

Not all wellness programs are created equal. Makes sense, doesn’t it? Many companies and their employees possess varied circumstances that make them unique. While there are differences, there are also lessons and best practices to be learned from others as well as resources available to help.
 
Jennifer Taylor, one of the creators of the Indiana Healthy Worksites Toolkit for Small Businesses, is conducting a study to uncover the best and most practical ways to share wellness information with small businesses.
 
The study is simple. If you agree to participate, you will be asked to complete two online surveys (one in March and one in June). Each will take about 20 minutes. Your information and survey answers will remain confidential.
 
At the end of the June study, you will be entered for a chance to receive a free registration to the 2012 Indiana Employee Health and Wellness Summit or a free membership (for one year) to the Wellness Council of Indiana.
 
To participate in this study, your organization must meet the following criteria:

  • Consist of between two and 100 full-time employees
  • Be located in Indiana
  • Have a membership with either the Indiana Chamber of Commerce or Wellness Council of Indiana

Those interested in participating in this valuable study should contact Taylor at (317) 363-1943 or via e-mail (jdtaylor@atsu.edu) by Friday, March 2.

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