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You work in a small business and everyone is like family. Families are good, but with the good can also come the bad – correct? If someone is having a bad day, you feel it! If the receptionist is sick or the janitor did not show, you may be mopping floors and answering phones. Sound familiar? The fact is that having all employees at work and productive is never more important than in a small company.
There is a common misconception that wellness can only be done in large companies with a lot of resources. The State of Maine has mastered the model for working with businesses as small as 4-5 employees. If any of the above comments sound familiar and you have considered having a wellness program, please attend this webinar. Our speakers are nationally recognized and can help you get off on the right foot!
William Primmerman is the Project Director for Somerset Public Health and an employee of Redington Fairview General Hospital. Since 2007 he has lead the development of a small business worksite wellness model with rural Maine micro businesses (10 or less employees) which makes up 89% of the businesses in Somerset County, Maine. Through the use of a Public Health Model, small businesses have gained the resources needed to have a wellness program which can qualify them for a small business tax incentive provided by the state of Maine. In 2013 William was a recipient of Maine Health Management Coalition’s 20 in 20 Awards for small business worksite wellness efforts in Maine.
Danielle Louder is a Program Manager within Medical Care Development’s Public Health Division. In this role she guides implementation and growth of multiple technology based programs including worksite health initiatives. Louder has led regional and national worksite health initiatives as well as providing individual health coaching to small and mid-sized businesses on the local level.
Bill McPeck is a solutions and subject matter expert for employee well-being (safety, wellness and work-life). Bill is currently an independent consultant, coach and trainer. Bill has written about and specializes in small business wellness. Bill holds several national certifications in worksite wellness and work-life. Bill is also certified as a holistic stress management trainer and wellness culture coach.