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Wellness in 2010 a Wellness Webinar

Written by LiveAnew   
Thursday, 14 January 2010 10:07

Over 20 human resource professionals met virtually for a corporate wellness roundtable that was led by LiveAnew’s Business Development Manager, Tyler Bishop. Prior to joining LiveAnew™ Tyler was a consultant for the St. Louis, MO based company Clayco. Clayco’s corporate wellness program gained national attention and was recognized and awarded the St. Louis Magazine’s Best Place to Work award, in part for the excellence achieved with the success of the wellness program. The panel also consisted of other corporate wellness experts from various backgrounds. Topics included using wellness to increase success strategies, common pitfalls to avoid when implementing a corporate wellness program, and success strategies.  LiveAnew will be hosting various webinars throughout the year so stay tuned to our website for upcoming events.


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