Wellness is a win-win!
Everyone is a winner when it comes to employee health and wellness. Because healthy employees are more productive, it makes sense to invest resources in areas to create or improve your company’s wellness program. A great place to start is right here! The annual Wellness 360 Conference has assembled a panel of leading experts to help you put together a plan that will make your company a winner! Conference agenda »
2017 Conference speakers
We are very excited for the 2018 conference agenda that includes representatives from The Cleveland Clinic and The Ohio State University. Our Keynote Speaker is Dr. Joel Bennett, CEO and President of OWLS, addressing the topic of “Heart-Centered Leadership: The Forgotten Road to Workplace Wellness.” Other compelling topics include “Create an Environment of Success: Making the Healthy Choice the Easy Choice” “Workplace Wellness Champions: Lessons Learned” and the can’t be missed hot topic “Making It Legal: Compliance Considerations for Workplace Wellness Programs.” See the 2018 speakers »
This year’s conference is on April 20, 2018 and is being held at the the Holiday Inn – Akron West Fairlawn, 4073 Medina Rd, Akron, OH 44333. This beautiful facility is conveniently located off Interstate 77 and Route 18. It has 5,700 sq ft of event space and is the perfect setting for the 2018 Wellness 360 Conference. See the location »
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Exhibiting at the Wellness 360 Conference allows you to reach top level HR and benefit executives in the wellness industry, connect with the decision makers and find new business contacts. If you’re interested in exhibiting at the conference, please visit the Exhibitor page. Learn more »
The Call for Speakers for the 2018 Wellness 360 Conference is now closed. Thank you to all of those who submitted applications to speak at the 2018 conference!
We can help you reach your wellness goals.
Why should employers care about the health and wellness of their employees?
Out of control health care costs are a given, but poor employee health can also have a significant impact in other areas, such as absenteeism, productivity, and “presenteeism” (being physically present at work, but functioning at less than full capacity due to illness, stress or other personal issues). The following panels will give you some insight into some of the statistics associated with an unhealthy workforce. Prepare yourself because the figures are staggering!
minutes a week of physical activity recommended for adults.
percent of adults who meet the U.S. Physical Activity Guidelines.
million Americans who are overweight or obese.