Employee Wellness Virtual Conference Offers Attendees an Opportunity to Enhance Skills, Receive Continuing Education Credits

Human resources and employee wellness professionals have an opportunity to enhance their knowledge and improve their skill-set by attending a virtual conference later this week. Healthentic, a leader in wellness and wellbeing analytics, is presenting on the topic of how to measure wellness program success on Friday.

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Healthentic, a Seattle-based wellness analytics company, is set to present on Friday, 11/22/2013 on the topic of using innovation in technology to quantify employee wellness programs.

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) November 20, 2013

Starting tomorrow, human resources and employee wellness professionals have an opportunity to attend a free virtual conference series, hosted by HR.com.

According to HR.com, the two day, 10-session series focuses on, “injury prevention, battling obesity, disease prevention, disease prevention, how technology is affecting wellness (with online challenges and monitoring), using social media, employee engagement (use of incentive/reward programs), biometric data, outsourcing vs. internal programs, ROI and more.”

Attendees might be eligible to earn credits from the Institute for Human Resources (IHR) and the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI) by attending.

Healthentic, a Seattle-based wellness analytics company, is set to present on Friday, 11/22/2013 on the topic of using innovation in technology to quantify employee wellness programs. They will discuss how insurance carrier data reports can be combined to create a comprehensive picture of a population’s current health, and their future risk conditions. The history of group wellness, and issues surrounding the field will also be discussed.

Healthentic’s session starts at 2:30pm, EST and will run for one hour.

Other session topics include components of a successful wellness program, how grief and loss can impact your workplace, how wellness can help improve productivity, and more.

To register for the Employee Wellness tract of the HR.com virtual conference, please follow this link to the HR.com website.


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