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Access and utilize the ICAA library of scientific studies, reports and statistics to assist you with the development of your business case for wellness, program and community design and development, evidence-informed lifestyle choices and marketing strategies and approaches.

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Alternative schedules appeal to older workers-3294

Alternative schedules appeal to older workers

What are the work conditions that would keep older workers on the job? Compared to younger workers, people in the middle and older ages can be more engaged in their work (The Sloan Center on Aging & Work, December 2011), which is good for the employer as well as the worker.

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Working caregivers most often help a parent.-2746

Working caregivers most often help a parent.

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Modifiable health risks are costly for employers-2695

Modifiable health risks are costly for employers

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Falls most likely accident to trouble older workers-2619

Falls most likely accident to trouble older workers

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Web-based workplace wellness program benefits older workers-2583

Web-based workplace wellness program benefits older workers

Since workplace wellness programs save money for employers, (for every dollar spent, there is a US $43.27 decrease in medical costs, found a meta-analysis reported in ICAA Research Review, 10[5] February 2010), it’s no wonder that companies are looking at all methods of delivering wellness information—including the Internet.

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Older employees most engaged workers-2565

Older employees most engaged workers

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