July Newsletter

WWCMA 2019 July Newsletter

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Upcoming Events

Member: FREE /  Non-member $25
WEBINAR: Resilient Leaders = Resilient Employees

Tuesday, August 6 / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Sari Kalin, Manager of Well-being Programs/Corporate Benefits at Liberty Mutual, and Eileen Cooke, Director of Leadership and Organization Transformation at PTC, will share examples from their organizations of what it takes to create a resilient workforce. One essential element is empowering managers with the tools and training necessary to foster a growth mindset among employees.  


Learn More and Register

Save these dates!

Member Networking Event

Wednesday, August 21 / 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Enjoy an evening of great food, beverage and conversation with other wellness-minded professionals.

Student Focused Event

Wednesday, September 18 / 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM / Merrimack College
Students, recent graduates and anyone new to the wellness industry, mark your calendar to join us for an event focused on your interests!

Details coming soon!


LAST CHANCE: Early Conference Discount Ends Soon!

Workforce Resilience: Foster Adaptability to
Optimize Individual and Team Success

Thursday, October 3 / 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM / Gillette Stadium
Explore the many ways resilience impacts employee well-being and learn strategies that can be adopted in your organization. Discover your own personal resilience; how organizations are building a resilient workforce; and which key issues will empower employees to live their best lives.  Stroll the hallway of exhibitors and take advantage of their special offers. Consider becoming a sponsor and spotlight your dedication to worksite wellness.

As in years past, the WWCMA19 Conference will give attendees a unique opportunity to connect with more than 450 organizational leaders, human resources professionals, and population health and wellness experts.  You will come away with actionable ideas and information to help position yourself, employees and your organizations for a bright, productive and healthy future. Act quickly because the early bird discount ends on July 31!
Register before July 31!
Training Time

The Volunteer Experience

We are so appreciative of the hours and energy our volunteers give to the Council, and are always looking for ways to make their time with us rewarding personally and professionally. On July 12, the Board of Directors participated in a workshop dedicated to improving the volunteer experience. This informative discussion uncovered a lot of great information and brainstorming of ideas. This is an on-going effort and we're excited for the enhancements coming soon. Contact us today if you're interested in becoming a WWCMA volunteer!
In the News

Hot Topic!

Employee Burnout

Did you know that one of the top concerns from employees is burnout? This article in The Boston Globe shines a light on this increasing problem, including a “burnout calculator” for measuring impact and suggestions for addressing it. Learn more and help your organization make small improvements that will make a big impact on employee engagement.
Volunteer Spotlight

Shannon Lane, Regional Sales Director, New England, Purchasing Power

What’s your passion when it comes to wellness? I became a single mother when my children were in diapers. At the time, I had never heard the term "financial wellness," but learned pretty quickly what "financial sickness" felt like. There were very few resources available through employers to help navigate temporary financial setbacks, establish and maintain budgets, build credit, assist with student loan repayment, and essentially address the hidden shame many employees feel around financial insecurity. My passion lies in educating employers on the overwhelming need for these types of programs, and how deeply they can impact the  lives and health of their staff.

What have been the benefits of your Council involvement? I have been overwhelmed by the warmth, passion and professional diversity of the community the Council has created, as well as the dedication its members have toward physical and financial wellness.  When I walked into my first event, I felt like I had just met a group of people whom I was meant to know, both personally and professionally. The outpouring of support and camaraderie has been one of the best professional experiences of my career.
Welcome New Members!

Jayne Allison

HR Business Partner

Carine Berner

Lisa Sundstrom

Health Promotion Coordinator

David Veira

Screening Programs Manager
Connect With Us
Contact us at info@wwcma.org
The Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts (WWCMA) is the preeminent, independent and objective resource for health promotion in the workplace and champions wellness programs to help employers encourage healthy employees, healthy families, and healthy communities across the Commonwealth.