Workplace Fitness news April 2010

Workplace Fitness

Inspired by a coworker with MS, Sullivan & Company walks for the National MS Society

When Michele Dandurand had to leave Providence, RI-based CPA firm Sullivan & Company in July of last year due to complications from secondary progressive multiple sclerosis, it was a difficult transition.
Workplace Fitness

MACPA working to reduce stress, promote laughter, improve relationships

The Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants has initiated a wellness program to encourage staff to be healthy and happy. It isn’t a weight-loss program or even a fitness program as much as it is a way to reduce stress, connect with others, and be healthier.
Community News

PKF Texas promotes culture of health and wellness

At Pannell Kerr Forster of Texas, P.C., a CPA and business advisory firm, fitness isn’t just an annual fitness challenge, it’s a corporate way of life. While the firm does organize periodic fitness initiatives, it is the culture of consistently encouraging health and wellness that really sets it apart.
Community News

Copanion's fitness competition provides time off as incentive

Edward Jennings, CEO of Copanion Software, admits that he's a fitness buff. And he acknowledges that it may have been selfishness on his part that got him started to create a fitness program at work.
Workplace Fitness

Accountants embrace "Biggest Loser" contest

With all the long hours and snacking that make up tax season, accountants are a perfect profession to benefit from the Biggest Loser format. Fazio, Mannuzza, Roche, Tankel, LaPilusa is about to begin Round Two.
Community News

Taking steps toward workplace wellness

Gregory & Appel Insurance in Indianapolis has had a wellness program for years, but always felt it was missing some of the elements needed to be the successful program company officials were envisioning.

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