Massachusetts Employers Trends

Thursday, June 27 / 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET

Members FREE / Non-Members $35


*Note: You will be redirected to the Massachusetts Health Council for registration.
WWCMA will partner with Healthiest Employers who will review year over year wellness trends and benchmarks from past award applications from both a local and national lens.
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Attendees can expect to gain actionable insights into:
  • Some of the most common workplace wellness trends and data-based predictions for what is to come
  • How the Healthiest Employers Benchmarking Reports are structured
  • How to compare your organization’s results to the national averages discussed
WWCMA believes that a healthy workforce is the cornerstone of a thriving business. We are proud to host the annual WorkWell Massachusetts Awards in partnership with Healthiest Employers to foster employee wellbeing and promote a culture of health within their workforce. Healthiest Employers® is a trusted national program recognizing people-first organizations taking a more proactive approach to employee health.
Applications are open now for the 2024 WorkWell Massachusetts Awards – don’t miss your chance to submit your organization before submissions close on July 10!


Worksite Wellness Challenges in a
Quasi Post Pandemic World
Thursday, February 3, 2022 / 12:00 PM – 12:45 PM EDT
As we enter 2022, Worksite Wellness continues to address the challenges of a changing landscape of employee well-being. Burnout, staff attrition, mental health and public policy affecting workplace interactions add a different dimension to solutions previously implemented. How are organizations addressing employee turnover and dissatisfaction highlighted through the “Great Resignation” and it’s impact on employee morale, engagement and productivity? As we continue to deal with a hybrid work set-up, increased workload, employee burnout and demands for more flexibility, are organizations prioritizing these impacts on employee health and wellbeing in a systematic way?
Join our panelists for a thought-provoking discussion for handling these challenges as well as the strategies and tools that are most constructive in 2022 for small, mid, large companies confronted with these challenges and many others during these turbulent times.
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Employee Assistance Clinician
Beth Milaszewski worked at AllOne Health Resources Employee Assistance Program for 7 years as a Counselor, Account Manager and Affiliate Network Manager in which she worked with employees suffering from substance use disorders and their employers on how to best manage the situation. She specializes in providing crisis clinical assessment and intervention, in both the individual and group setting. During the Covid-19 pandemic, she had the privilege of working with frontline workers at BMC. Her primary focus is to integrate individual trauma treatment practices into the workflow of institutions where working in stressful situations is a common occurrence, in an effort to promote a culture of empathy, safety and respect. Beth is a graduate of Boston College Graduate School of Social Work. She is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker.
CEO of Levelhead
For over 30 years, Saundra Schrock has held various executive positions within the financial services industry. One of her most rewarding and challenging roles was to manage J. P. Morgan Chase’s branch banking network of 3000 branches and over 30,000 employees. From her career beginnings as a bank teller to her role as Executive Vice President of J.P. Morgan Chase, Saundra credits much of her success to embracing the main tenets and practices of mindfulness. The dramatic impact these practices had on her life ignited her passion for sharing the practice with as many people as possible. Today Saundra is the founder and CEO of Levelhead, an organization that offers a mindfulness-based program designed for the workplace delivered via a digital engagement platform. See getlevelhead.com for more information. Saundra holds an MBA from Arizona State University and a doctorate in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
National Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach of Priority Wellness

Chris Vasiliadis inspires people to use their well-being as their secret weapon to successfully lead their life. As a speaker, author, and burnout-buster in her business, Priority Wellness, she specializes in helping overwhelmed and overbusy professionals to elevate their focus and vitality with systems of sanity, so they can run their days without running themselves into the ground. Chris is also the author of Ignition: A Professional Woman’s Guide to Energized, Burnout-Proof Living.

While being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis indirectly led Chris to getting trained and certified as a health coach and founding Priority Wellness in 2008, she has been relapse-free for over 15 years. She received her initial certification from Wellcoaches and was later part of the first cohort to be certified by the National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching. Chris describes herself as a “recovering Type-A personality.”
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