Emerging Trends in Wellness Conference Brings Together Top Industry Leaders

Wellness Workdays’ fifth annual Emerging Trends in Wellness Conference will take place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., April 11 and 12, at Lombardo’s Conference Center, in Randolph. Participants will learn about the latest research, developments and trends in well-being through informative and interactive sessions.

The conference will bring together top industry leaders to share their visions and insights about corporate wellness, nutrition, health promotion and entrepreneurship. Speakers will be from Optum, New Balance, Harvard Medical School, EBS, Rockland Trust, Verywell and Engagys. Attendees will gain insights and strategies from nationally recognized health and wellness experts with in-depth knowledge and real-world experience. Individuals in health, wellness and nutrition consulting will get tips to help grow their business. Human resources and benefits professionals will get practical strategies to improve employee well-being.

Wellness Workdays engages with employers, insurers and benefits consultants to provide the strategic direction, tools and resources required to design and deliver a comprehensive worksite wellness program that improves employee health, productivity and the bottom line. The company has earned industry recognition and several best practices awards for its clients, which include BJ’s Wholesale Club, Putnam Investments, Brown University, Cabot Corp., the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Rockland Trust, Bentley University, Cambridge Trust and Harvard Business School.

With a clear focus on nutrition and a hands-on approach, Wellness Workdays is unique in the wellness industry. In 2017, Wellness Workdays developed the Best Wellness Employer certification program in collaboration with Harvard Medical School. The program recognizes the outstanding achievements of businesses and organizations committed to creating best-in-class corporate wellness programs. Wellness Workdays is a Massachusetts company with offices in New York and Florida.

Cost: $185 one day; $345 two days. Location: Lombardo’s Conference Center, 6 Billings St., Randolph. For more information about Wellness Workdays, visit WellnessWorkdays.com.

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