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Oswald Companies Adds Monica Trusley, Vice President Sales, National Accounts

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CLEVELAND – November 21, 2016 – Oswald Companies is pleased to announce Monica Trusley has joined the organization as Vice President of Sales, National Accounts.  In her position, Trusley is responsible for leading Oswald’s continued growth in the large group consulting and brokerage space, with a focus on helping employers…

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The 2016 Smart 50 Awards Scheduled for Oct. 25 in Downtown Columbus

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Oswald is proud to be a sponsor of the SBN Smart 50 awards in Columbus for the third consecutive year. The Smart 50 Awards recognize the top executives of the 50 smartest companies in the region for their ability to effectively build and lead successful organizations. All 50 winners will…

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Insurance, Marijuana and The Workplace [INFOGRAPHIC]

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The legalization of marijuana remains a sticky subject for employers, including in Ohio and 26 other states where it remains illegal as of 2016. Download and share the following infographic, “The Effects of Marijuana Legalization in the U.S. Workplace,” presented by Assurex Global, and check out key discussion points within the industry. Even with…

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Employee Benefits Communication: Off-Cycle Enrollments vs. Open Enrollment [INFOGRAPHIC]

Matt Byrnes

WHAT is better to communicate and WHEN. Information Overload: we’re all suffering and we’re all guilty. There is a way to overcome this in your benefits communications. The vast majority of employer groups regularly try to cram all benefits enrollment information into one time a year, during open enrollment. This…

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The Diversity Divide in Wellness Programming: Klassen to Present Webinar for the National Wellness Institute June 8

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CLEVELAND – June 7, 2016 – On June 8, Danielle Klassen, Certified Wellness Practitioner and Senior Health Management Consultant at Oswald Companies, will present “The Diversity Divide in Wellness Programming: Appreciating and Leveraging Cultural Competency to Engage All Employees,” webinar for the National Wellness Institute. This webinar outlines how organizations…

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Oswald Companies Launches Empower With Oswald Benefits Technology Platform

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Maxwell Health Powers Cutting-Edge Technology Platform for SMBs and Employees CLEVELAND – May 11, 2016 – Oswald Companies, one of the largest independent employee benefits practices in the U.S., has announced the launch of Empower With Oswald, an employee benefits technology platform and innovative marketplace. Powered by Maxwell Health, Oswald…

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The Case For Preventive Care [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Counseling, screenings, wellness visits. These are a just a few avenues that employers take to help employees improve health, increase productivity and reduce costs. View our latest infographic from osWell Health Management, “Why Preventive Care,” featuring facts and figures on the current health environment, as well as the potential impact of preventive care solutions.…

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Oswald to Present Wellness Program Compliance Session “Angering the Acronyms” at NOHRC 2016

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The Northern Ohio HR Conference, celebrating its 50th year in 2016, will take place March 10 and 11 at the I-X Center in Cleveland. At 3:15 p.m., Friday, March 11, Oswald’s Michael Farago and Aaron Witwer will be speaking in a breakout session, titled: “My Wellness Program is Compliant – I Think – ACA,…

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Making it Count: The Future of Data Analytics and Employee Benefits (Part 4 of 4)

Denise Mirtich

We count steps and we count calories. We monitor our heart rate and how much we exercise each day. Individuals and organizations are collecting untold amounts of data, but what do we do with it? The future is here today. Some organizations offer unique plan designs involving personal data transmitted…

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The Cost of Inactivity: Wellness Programs and Data Analytics (Part 3 of 4)

Denise Mirtich

The management of workforce health can be a costly cascade for organizations. The costs of doing nothing can far outweigh investments in health and wellness programing. Employers continue to adopt wellness programs—either standalone or as part of a health insurance discount—to encourage employee wellness and lower plan costs. Simple wellness actions can…

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