IMPORTANT: Due to the Coronavirus, and our concern for the health of our attendees, we are postponing the 2020 Wellness 360 Conference until October 2, 2020.
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 »
2020 Conference speakers
We’ve assembled another outstanding group of speakers for our 2020 conference! One of our Keynote Speakers is Angela Gaffney. Angela is the best-selling author of Feel Good, Look Good, For Life and her work has been featured in high-profile media outlets including USA Today and The Huffington Post. See the 2020 speakers »
The 2020 conference will be held at the Cleveland Clinic Akron General Health and Wellness Center-West**, 4125 Medina Rd. Akron, Ohio 44333. This beautiful facility is conveniently located off Interstate 77 and Route 18. See the location »
** This program is not affiliated with the Cleveland Clinic Akron General Health and Wellness Center-West.
Until the 2020 Wellness 360 Conference!
Affiliation, through sponsorship, with the Wellness 360 Conference underscores your organization’s commitment to the evolving and very important health and wellness initiatives designed to keep our work force and their families healthy and enhance their lifestyles both in the workplace and at home. Learn more »
The Call for Speakers for the 2020 Wellness 360 Conference is now closed. We’d like to take a moment to thank all of those who submitted their applications to speak at the 2020 Wellness 360 Conference!
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.
We hope that you’ll join us for our 12th annual Wellness 360 Conference on April 24, 2020!