2020’s Trends and Transactions Foretell the Wellness Industry’s Future

in business, Uncategorized, Wellbeing, Employee Wellness Programs, Featured

Work-from-home, social connection, telehealth, social justice, mental health… and, of course, the COVID-19 disease itself have been the hot topics of 2020 in the employee wellbeing world.

Meanwhile, the US wellness industry — the business of employee wellbeing — grinds on, with a slew of trends and transactions that foretell its future. Here, I’ve summarized the commercial patterns and milestones that signal which doors are closing and which may open. Continue reading »

TimesUp: New Regs About Women on Boards May Disrupt Employee Wellness

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California mandates that publicly traded companies based in the state have a minimum of one woman on their boards of directors by the end of 2019. If the new regulation survives anticipated legal challenges, representation will increase: By the end of July 2021, companies have to have at least 2 women on boards of 5 members; at least 3 women on larger boards.

If states can require corporations to place women on their boards, how far are we from Continue reading »