Wellness and Safety Webinar:

The Combination that Drives Employee Engagement and Profitability
11:00am EST


Registration is free, you will need to sign-in to be a member of HR.com, which is also free.

What You Will Learn

  • How wellness relates to safety, and safety relates to wellness, and how they both relate to increased engagement and profitability
  • The keys to success and mistakes to avoid in designing (and centralizing) programs that target wellness, safety, human capital management, training and employee recognition
  • How to brand, communicate, and market these programs for sustained success
  • Why connecting programs featuring multiple initiatives is so much more powerful and lead to “Total Employee Engagement”

The Speakers

Brian Galonek

Brian Galonek
President, All Star Incentive Marketing

Brian Galonek, CPIM, is the President of All Star Incentive Marketing, a 40+ year expert in delivering safety and wellness programs, and member of Incentive Engagement and Solution Providers (IESP), a Strategic Industry Group within the Incentive Marketing Association.

Dr. Tyler

Dr. Tyler Amell
Chief Relationship Officer at CoreHealth Technologies

Dr. Tyler Amell is the Chief Relationship Officer at CoreHealth Technologies, a leading corporate wellness technology company that powers wellbeing programs for global providers. He is an internationally recognized thought leader on the topic of workplace health and productivity and trusted advisor on strategic and integrated workplace health. He has presented at over 160 conferences globally and published numerous scientific papers and reports. He is on faculty at Pacific Coast University for Workplace Health Sciences and is on the Executive Board at the Work Wellness and Disability Prevention Institute and as well as the National Wellness Institute. In the past, he has served on the executive board of the Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI), and the Canadian Association for Research on Work and Health (CARWH). He has held senior executive positions in a variety of sectors including human resources technology, consulting and healthcare.