Burr's Wellness Program Featured in Business Alabama

January 15, 2013

Burr and Forman was recently featured in an article in Business Alabama on " Healthy Choices Equal Lower Health Care Costs."

The article describes how far-sighted Alabama businesses (like Burr and Forman) and associations are instituting and expanding workplace wellness programs. Leaders are realizing that well-run programs more than pay for themselves by reducing health care costs, as well as absenteeism. In addition, wellness programs boost morale and assist in employee recruiting and retention.

For full article, please click here.

 



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