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Employers poised to embrace worksite wellness initiatives

10:03 AM, Feb. 12, 2013
More than 100 representatives from 50 central Wisconsin businesses attended the recent Well Worksite Summit presented by the Get Active Wood County, Portage County CAN and Marathon County H.E.A.L. coalitions in late January.
More than 100 representatives from 50 central Wisconsin businesses attended the recent Well Worksite Summit presented by the Get Active Wood County, Portage County CAN and Marathon County H.E.A.L. coalitions in late January.
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Sammi Joanis, Wood County employee wellness coordinator, has an important role to play in championing worksite wellness initiates for county employees.

Wood County spends more than 10 percent of its annual budget on its employee health fund. Joanis is helping the county take a progressive approach to combating these costs with worksite wellness programming that continues to gain momentum across the nation as an employee health care cost buster.

On Jan. 31, Joanis and around 100 representatives from 50 businesses came together for the Central Wisconsin Well Worksite Summit. The ...

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