Quickest Way To A Workplace Wellness Question Answered – And It’s Free!

Say you had a question about some aspect of your wellness program’s walking initiative – or any other subject for that matter – fast answers from your peers in workplace wellness and health promotion is a couple of clicks away.

For instance, there are currently 283 posts – questions or answers on the subject of “walking” contributed by members of the Wellness Manager Professional Discussion Group.

Members simply ask a question related to managing a wellness program and in short order other members offer their knowledge and advice and what they have learned.

Wellness Manager Professional Discussion Group membership is free and there are no ‘spammy’ posts because the discussions are moderated and inappropriate posts are not approved.

Only members can ask or answer questions. Membership requires approval.

It’s about friends asking friends questions. And, the answers are genuinely helpful. Members aren’t pontificating or simply trying to promote themselves.

Inter-office weight loss challenges, fitness center membership incentives, wellness and disease management, health risk assessments, indicators of success, have been among the information-sharing topics by members of the discussion group.

It’s simple to join the group. Members include many names you will recognize among your colleagues.

There are currently 1522 members. We started the group in 2002.

If you are a wellness or health promotion professional you are encouraged to join. Just click on this link: http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/WellnessManager/info

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