Jump start your wellness program.
Let's face it. Workplace wellness is confusing. New theories come out every day. Jarring statistics and competing trends make it impossible to know which step to take. With a keen understanding of human behavior and what actually works, Workplace Wellness That Works skips the fads and gives you the tools to make a difference in your employees' lives—and your company's bottom line.
"For those who are seeking a practical guide to workplace wellness, here's your answer. A book that's packed with innovative ideas on how to take action today to improve employee health and well-being."
- Dee Edington and Jennifer Pitts, cofounders of Edington Associates and coauthors of Positive Health as a Win-Win Organizational Philosophy
“Workplace Wellness that Works is a different and insightful look at an old topic that takes a more holistic perspective. Laura incorporates workplace design, culture, and a more employee-centric perspective with practical examples I can use to deliver healthier work environments for Millennials through Baby Boomers in the dynamic and intense technology startup market.”
- Christopher S. Dean, CEO of Swrve Mobile, Inc., Chief Revenue Officer of Urban Airship and Chief Strategy Officer of Skype
"A great book that inspires and spells out a better way to promote well-being in the workplace. Through stories and case studies, Laura Putnam shows us how asking the question, What’s possible? can serve as the foundation for healthier habits.”
- Dr. Kenneth R. Pelletier, PhD, MD, Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Arizona School of Medicine and international bestselling author of Mind as Healer, Mind as Slayer