Date: Thursday, January 22nd | Time: 10am - 11am (MST)
What is the value proposition of worksite wellness? Lincoln Industries knows! Wellness is an expectation at this company, and the results are remarkable— healthcare costs at 40% less than national norms, injury and illness rates at 60% below the industry, a nationally recognized wellness program, revenue per person at 50% above the national average, and a 5 time winner of SHRM's Best Medium Sized Company to Work For In America list.
Listen to this webinar to learn about Lincoln Industries’ philosophy of Leading with People and how this worksite wellness strategy has led to such extraordinary results.
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Dan Krick is the Vice President of People Resources at Lincoln Industries in Lincoln, Nebraska. Lincoln Industries employees 500 people and is the largest finishing company in the United States.
Lincoln Industries invests heavily in the selection, development and wellness of their people. This approach is paying dividends: They have been on the Great Places To Work Top 25 Medium Sized Companies list six years. They have also received numerous national recognitions for their wellness efforts including the “Partnership for Prevention” award by Dept. of Health and Human Services, “Model Employer” by the Center for Disease Control and U.S. Chamber of Commerce and in 2008 received the United States highest wellness award - the “Koop Award” named after the former U.S. Surgeon General. The Koop Award is the most prestigious award for health improvement programs, requiring strong documentation of health improvements that lead to cost savings. Their unique approach to wellness has also been featured on a CNN health segment.
Prior to joining Lincoln Industries in 2002, Dan held human resources leadership positions with Amoco Corporation, The Iams Company and Procter and Gamble. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and human resources management from Hastings College in Hastings, Nebraska and a master’s degree in industrial and labor relations from the University of Illinois, in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois.
Dan and his wife, Susan, have been married 25 years and have four children. In Lincoln, Dan is involved with a variety of boards and frequently talks on the power of culture, wellness and living life with purpose.