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Remember the days of trying to justify your company's wellness program based on the potential for reduction in health care claims? Well, most organizations have since acknowledged that there is limited evidence, if any, to make that business case, and now recognize that the greater value in having a wellness program and a healthy workplace culture lies in supporting the people that make our organizations succeed. In other words, it's the right thing to do to create the conditions for our employees to thrive.

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