The worldwide pandemic has had an impact on every walk of life, including the workplace. Employee well-being is a priority, more than ever, and organizations can put themselves in a position to help.
During times of uncertainty, maintaining well-being becomes more challenging. However, organizations are better positioned than ever to reinforce a culture and help employees' well-being - not to mention minimize problems that arise from poor employee physical and mental health.
Attendees can learn specifically how they can help the well-being of employees during crises like the COVID-19 pandemic. They will also learn about how to implement digital and remote wellness solutions to reach employees in different situations and work styles. Finally, they will also learn how there is no one-size-fits-all wellness strategy – every organization needs to make nuanced decisions about their own particular approach to fit their specific culture.
In this webinar, you will learn:
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Courtney has over twelve years of experience in the corporate wellness industry. She's held several strategic roles such as Director of Client Relations with a national wellness vendor and most recently as a Well-being & Engagement Consultant at Gallagher. In her current role she is dedicated to supporting clients with comprehensive wellness solutions and collaborates internally with product development to help enhance the portfolio and marketing strategy.
Courtney has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and later received her Master of Science degree in Exercise Physiology om the University of Pittsburgh. Courtney has a passion for helping organizations create a healthier, more engaged workforce by embracing a holistic approach to wellness that focuses on supporting the whole person.
Jake has been with Humana for seven years in Health and Wellness, as one of two National Wellness Sales Leaders. Jake is responsible for selling Go365 by Humana and Humana Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and Work-Life Services in various markets, delivering key insights and driving new strategies to the market. Additionally, he works internally to bring new concepts and programming to our product and operations teams to enhance our key product offerings.
Prior to his role as a Sales Leader, he worked as an Account Executive and Engagement Lead driving engagement and renewal strategies to our key national accounts. Jake has deep roots in wellness dating back to when he played football and student-coached at the University of Kentucky, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Economics and a Master of Science in Kinesiology and Health Promotion.