Wellness programs can have a variety of positive effects in the workplace — encouraging healthier behaviors, improving employee morale, reducing absenteeism and lower health care costs — and branding that program can make it more successful.

Branding a wellness program has three benefits, says Charlie Estey, executive vice president of business development at Interactive Health. It aligns the program with company, gives the program credibility and gives it value, he says.

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