Healthy, Productive and Appreciative Employees
Today, a well thought-out employee benefits strategy integrates both wellness and the importance of living a healthy lifestyle. At Sullivan Benefits, we have the knowledge, expertise, tools and resources necessary to guide you to successful program outcomes. While the ROI on Wellness is often questioned, our Wellness experts and their support has yielded positive outcomes at organizations of all shapes and sizes.
Support and Resources
Nan Maley, RN – Corporate Wellness Director “Nan the Nurse”
Design and implementation of effective wellness programs
Coordination of onsite events and health fairs
Employee engagement strategies
Extensive library of health and wellness communication materials
Complimentary onsite blood pressure, percent body fat, BMI and stress assessments
On-site individual coaching and counseling
Coordinate initiatives with carriers/vendors
Focus on education and prevention
Monthly wellness newsletters
Our Wellness experts, support and resources help organizations drive employee engagement and education while integrating how to use their benefit plans most effectively. Our Wellness solutions can support your organization’s HR/Benefits/Finance team and benefits program.
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