When wellness efforts are introduced, employers can either create a healthy culture among employees who are reaping the benefits — as seen in their lower health costs — or miss the ball entirely. And with the expected employer wellness boom because of upcoming penalties and fees associated with the Affordable Care Act, benefit managers are swooning over the positives of programs that target employee well-being. In this three-part series, EBN profiles three companies with winning wellness programs. Up first: financial services firm Robert W. Baird.

Lisa Mrozinski, total rewards manager of benefits at Robert W. Baird, an employee-owned financial services company, says that “not being afraid of change” is a mantra that benefit leaders ought to follow.

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