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Colonial Life Paper Links Health Care Cost Containment to Wellness Programs

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Businesses can cut worksite health care costs by implementing an employee wellness program and by having an effective communications program to spur employee participation.

That’s a key finding of a new white paper, “Well on the Way: Engaging Employees in Workplace Wellness,” released by Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Company, Columbia, S.C. The study uses proprietary and industry research and case studies to show how wellness initiatives can help employers control rising health care and benefits costs, and how benefits communication render the programs more effective.

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