West Palm Beach, FL, September 09, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The latest issue of Corporate Wellness Magazine has been released. Read the 26th issue at http://www.CorporateWellnessMagazine.com. This is the only magazine dedicated strictly to employee health, wellness, prevention and disease management.
Issue 26 features an article by Greg Justice detailing the impact of the Affordable Care Act on Corporate Wellness Programs, as well as an article by Carrie Stringham, entitled “Benefits that Really Matter: What Females Want,” outlining five major themes from her own phenomenological study, which includes concern for family responsibilities and the desire for increased flexibility and control. Also included is a column by Jacquelyn Ferguson regarding information on stress hormone cortisol related to weight gain and depression.
Corporate Wellness Magazine is also the official sponsor of the annual Corporate Wellness Conference, http://www.corporatewellnessconference.com, which will take place October 26-28th, 2011 in Chicago, IL. It is the only national corporate wellness conference to take place in the U.S. The Corporate Wellness Conference is aimed at employers, insurance companies and health insurance agents who have either implemented corporate wellness plans or are interested in implementing corporate wellness plans.
The Corporate Wellness Magazine was created as the main source of information where employers, consultants and health insurance agents can learn about corporate wellness and to provide a central point of communication for an emerging multi-billion dollar industry that is extremely underserved and does not get the attention it deserves.