Weight Management

The most recent data (2014-2015) shows that approximately 70% of American adults are either overweight or obese. Nearly 38% of U.S. adults and 17% of children and adolescents aged 2-19 years being obese. Reducing overweight and obesity can mitigate the detrimental effects of diagnosed diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease on an employee, reduce the overall health care costs shared by the employer and employee, and positively impact both productivity and personal well-being.

Top RightSource:The State of Obesity



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Treating Obesity: It's Everyone's Business Treating Obesity: It's Everyone's Business
It's time to re-think our approach to preventing and treating obesity. Despite decades of public and private initiatives to reduce the weight of our nation, U.S. obesity prevalence has reached an all-time high.

Promoting Healthy Weight Through Healthy Dining at Work Promoting Healthy Weight Through Healthy Dining at Work
Toolkit identifies ways to help employers provide a healthy food environment, evaluate their current Cafeteria, Vending and Catering offerings, sample nutrition policies and more.

Managing Overweight & Obesity: Employee Benefit and Wellness Strategies Managing Overweight & Obesity: Employee Benefit and Wellness Strategies
Provides an update on the evidence for treating overweight and obesity — both in the medical setting and through employer-sponsored programs.



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Workforce Strategy 2018
Our annual conference is the best source of leading-edge content, high powered networking and up-to-the-minute sharing of new ideas and best practices for large employers focused on well-being, productivity and workforce strategy.

Moving from Wellness to Wellbeing
This annual survey of large employers provides details on the types of programs employers are offering to improve employee health and wellbeing, the challenges they have faced and how they have leveraged incentives to engage employees.

Institute on Innovation in Workforce Well-being
The Institute work focuses on increasing employee engagement in their health and reducing lifestyle-related risk factors and costs.

Press Release: 55 U.S. Employers with Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyles® Awards
55 employers are honored for having the best workforce well-being programs in the nation.


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